D.C. Radio Vet Bill Stabler Dies
April 9, 2012 at 8:02 AM (PT)
Condolences to family and friends of WASHINGTON, DC radio veteran BILL STABLER, who died this weekend. DCRTV.COM reports that STABLER died SATURDAY (4/7), and STABLER's FACEBOOK page is fielding tributes and remembrances from friends and colleagues.
STABLER worked at several stations in the WASHINGTON region, including the old WRC-A-F, WMAL-A, WTOP, WTNT-A, and, most recently, at the CLEAR CHANNEL cluster as morning news anchor at Oldies WBIG (BIG 100.3). He also briefly owned WFQX/FRONT ROYAL, VA and served as an anchor at AP, NBC, and the VOICE OF AMERICA. He operated his own voiceover business, STABLER RADIO ORGANIZATION (SRO), for the last 27 years and was active in the KIWANIS CLUB of ROCKVILLE, MD.