WMIL 106.1 FM.
"It's been an honor to wake everybody up," Dalessandro told Fox6.
After 19 years at the radio station, as a co-host of WMIL's morning show, "Karen Scott and Radar with Shannen," Dalessandro said it's time to sleep in.
Goodbye flowers and well wishes made it feel real on Thursday.
"It is going to feel weird to be able to stay out late and hang out with people because my bed time was 8:00 or 8:30 at night with a wake up call at 3:30," Dalessandro said.
"If you get to spend five years with someone on a radio show together, it is an eternity,and we all got 19 together," Dalessandro said.
During her career, Dalessandro got to know some of the biggest stars in country music, raise money for child abuse prevention, provide mammograms for women in need, and be inducted into the County Radio Hall of Fame. She even received a CMA Personality of the Year award with her morning show team.
As she said goodbye on Thursday, she hinted that it might not be her last time on air.
"Take care Milwaukee. If there is something without an alarm clock, and it's on the radio, you may hear me again," Dalessandro said.
The WMIL morning show will continue on schedule, according to Kerry Wolfe, a senior vice president with WMIL owner iHeartMedia.
The station, which for years attracted one of the largest audiences in Milwaukee radio, ranked eighth in market share for January among all listeners of Milwaukee stations, according to Nielsen Co. WKTI 94.5 FM, which flipped to a country format in May 2015, ranked 14th in the same survey.