WTTS' Phil Stoerck Passes
March 11, 2008 at 2:35 PM (PT)
SARKES TARZIAN AAA WTTS/INDIANAPOLIS is shocked and saddened to learn of the passing of PHIL STOERCK (aka PHIL THE LISTENER) at the age of 55. PHIL hosted a three-hour show on WTTS the first MONDAY of each month from 9p-mid.
WTTS PD BRAD HOLTZ said, "Since 2004, PHIL hosted a monthly show on WTTS. He also became a well-known fixture at many WTTS concerts and events, and was an integral part of the fabric of WTTS. But PHIL meant so much more to all of us. We’d never met a listener like PHIL. His enthusiasm, spirit and nature made us laugh, made us listen and made our station a brighter place to be. Many of us became great friends with not only PHIL, but his loving wife BONNIE and young son REED. To us, PHIL was more than just a guy on the radio -- he was our friend, and we all loved him very much. At this time, we ask you to keep PHIL, BONNIE, and REED In your thoughts and prayers.
"A 'celebration of life' party is set for this SATURDAY, MARCH 15th and is open to all WTTS and PHIL listeners. Additionally, the PHILLIP STOERCK MEMORIAL TRUST has been established for his young son REED."
More details are available at wttsfm.com.