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He was born December 18, 1930 in New Bern, NC, the son of the late Jesse A. For nearly 30 plus years Bill ruled the morning airwaves at WAKY radio and other Louisville radio stations before ending his career in broadcasting in 1994 at WVLK in Lexington.Bill was an accomplished artist and found Peace through his art.The family would like to express their sincere gratitude to the staff at Friendship Manor for the love and care they gave for their father. "I was close to Bill Crisp, Bob Watson, Byron Crawford (who I still talk to often), Ron Statzer (who was killed in Cincinnati working for a TV station there I think), John Randolph, Weird Beard, as well as several of the sales people and secretaries.Funeral Services to honor Bill's life will be held at 6 p.m. It was a fine group of people who put up with a lot of my immaturity (after all I was 15 and running around a business office).Bill left WAKY for country-formatted WCII (the former WKLO) but returned to WAKY for another stint in 19.After leaving WAKY the second time, Bill did some airwork for Louisville's WTMT.We were able to turn the fortunes of GBF from bad to good (including becoming the first station to syndicate The Bob and Tom Show). Did mornings at WSSX in Charleston, SC in the early '80s.Was morning host at WVEZ in Louisville for many years through July 21, 2008.[Audio Interview Available] Longtime WAKY morning man known as "The Duke of Louisville." Bill came to the Derby City from Winston-Salem, North Carolina in 1965 to do morning drive at WKLO.
He was a loving father and grandfather, with a larger than life personality and a one of a kind sense of humor that he kept until the end. In lieu of flowers, the family request that contributions be made to Kentucky/Southern Indiana Stroke Association, 3425 Stony Springs Circle, Suite #102, Louisville, KY 40220. When I was in junior high, I called into Tim Tyler and Jack Daniels a lot.
From 1963, until selling my company in 1999, we promoted over 1400 entertainment events all over the country, and in the '80s and '90s designed and operated several restaurants in the Evansville area .
"Far and away, my best business project was the purchase in 1987 of WGBF AM and FM. He replaced Daryl Douglas on the midday shift in late 1979 and later moved to the Production Director's slot for WVEZ when it moved into the WAKY building.
In the summer of 1969 he departed for AM drive at WLS in Chicago but quit after six months.
Bill returned to Louisville and joined WAKY in 1970, where he ruled the morning roost there through 1981.