Arnie 'Moon Cat' Warren Dead At 73
April 24, 2008 at 5:23 AM (PT)
ARNIE WARREN, who began his SOUTH FLORIDA radio career as "MOON CAT," a pop-spinning disc jockey on WKAT in the early 1960s then created the popular, half-fictional team of ARNIE and AMOS, died of a heart attack on APRIL 19th, reports THE MIAMI HERALD. He was 73.
WARREN, who lived with his wife, KATHLEEN FIELD WARREN in WELLINGTON, FL, also worked in television, taught television production at LINDSEY HOPKINS VOCATIONAL SCHOOL, gave motivational speeches, and wrote several business books, including "The Great Connection."
Services will be held at 11a TODAY (4/24), at the T.M. RALPH PLANTATION FUNERAL HOME, 7001 NW Fourth St., PLANTATION, FL. In lieu of flowers, the family welcomes donations to Insight for the Blind, insightftb.org.