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LOCAL RADIO LEGEND HAS DIED AT 56

PORTLAND, Ore. — Portland radio has lost a legendary voice. Steve
Pringle died Sunday after battling stage 4 cancer since June of this
year. For 26  years, Steve played jazz, and blues music on radio
stations KINK, KMHD and KGON.

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RADIO AND TV VOICE HAS DIED AT 92

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Lorenzo “Larry” Caramella
(August 10, 1925 – January 16, 2018)

Returning from the war in 1946, Larry began his decades
long career in broadcasting as a DJ, booth announcer,
talk show host, newscaster and broadcast engineer. He
was with KPOJ, KXL, KGW, KPTV, and KATU along with
other stations.

NOTE: A committal service will be held Friday, May 11 at 1
P.M. at Willamette National Cemetary, 11800 SE Mt. Scott
Blvd in Portland, Oregon. A reception is scheduled for 1:45
P.M. at Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery, 11801 SE Mt Scott
Blvd. Portland.

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Announcer booth at KGW-TV, CH 8.

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REMEMBERING TONY MARVIN


Tony Marvin (October 5, 1912 – October 10, 1998)

Tony Marvin was a radio and television announcer. He
became a staff announcer for CBS, and later became
most known as the long-time announcer for Arthur
Godfrey
. In 1961 he moved to the Mutual Broadcasting
System
where he produced commercials and did live

newscasts.

 

Tony Marvin live for Chesterfield Cigarettes on The Arthur Godfrey 
Show in 1953.

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