D.C. Jock, Entrepreneur William Phelps Jr. Dies
August 7, 2009 at 5:02 AM (PT)
Condolences to family and friends of former WASHINGTON market radio personality WILLIAM ISSIAH PHELPS JR., who died JULY 21st of a heart attack in GREENBELT, MD at 53, according to the WASHINGTON POST.
PHELPS, known by air names BILLY DEE, ALEXANDER GOODFELLOW, TOM COLLINS, BILL CLARK, BILL FOX, and BOB SCOTT at WOL-A, WMMJ (MAJIC 102.3), WINX-A, WSID-A, and WHIT, managed radio stations in GEORGIA and SOUTH CAROLINA before founding media production company SEGWAY MEDIA and Internet streaming audio firm RADIO MUSIC PRODUCTIONS. He also owned LPTVs in suburban WASHINGTON, OCEAN CITY, MD, and ATLANTIC CITY.