Trudy Stamper Passes Away
August 2, 2011 at 9:33 AM (PT)
TRUDY STAMPER, who became one of the first female radio personalities in AMERICA, passed away on SATURDAY (7/30) at age 94.
According to THE TENNESSEAN, STAMPER was involved in several theater productions, and hosted a radio show on WSM called “Shopping around with JUDY BROWN.” After her radio stunt was over, she went on to become the Artist Relations Director for the GRAND OLE OPRY. STAMPER was responsible for the OPRY’s debut performance at CARNEGIE HALL on SEPTEMBER, 18th, 1947.
STAMPER’s service will be held at the FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH in HENDERSONVILLE, TN on SATURDAY, AUGUST 6th, at 1p (CT).
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