Missouri Radio Hall Of Fame Broadcaster Curt Brown Passes
August 20, 2015 at 9:53 AM (PT)
Longtime MISSOURI broadcaster CURT BROWN passed away at the age of 80. KY3.COM reports that Brown, 80 had battled a blood cancer for the past couple of years.
BROWN was GM of KTTS-A/F/SPRINGFIELD, MO radio from 1969 to 1999, when he retired. Besides writing and reading his own editorials on KTTS, BROWN often hosted the station's call-in show, "Cracker Barrel," on SUNDAY mornings. He also was a past president of the MISSOURI BROADCASTERS ASSOCIATION, which inducted him into its HALL OF FAME in 2012.
He is survived by his wife, DEE, a son and a daughter, and several grandchildren.