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WMMS Where are they now

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http://www.cleveland.com/entertainment/index.ssf/2014/04/the_original_wmms_staff_stars.html

John Gorman is working on a new online project - WOW Media - with Jim Marchyshyn, former promotion director of WMMS in the '80s.

Who was your favorite WMMS jock? What do you most remember from listening to WMMS? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
 

David Spero is president of David Spero Management Inc. representing Dickey Betts & Great Southern, the Richie Furay Band, The Empty Pockets, and Ted Neely.

Billy Bass has a photography business in Northeast Ohio.Denny Sanders is VP/ general manager of Telos Systems, Cleveland.  They manufacture high-end audio equipment. Jeff Kinzbach does morning drive time at WONE in Akron. Ed "Flash" Ferenc is a public information officer in the Cleveland Municipal Court. Matt the Cat is with Progressive Insurance. Kid Leo is the program director of Little Steven Van Zandt's Garage Channel on Sirius Satellite Radio. Betty Korvan is retired and living in Lead, South Dakota. B.L.F. Bash is retired and lives on the west side. Ruby Cheeks does afternoon drive time on KDKB in Phoenix. Dan Garfinkel, former promotion director, is with the Jewish Community Center of Pittsburgh. Donna Halper is retired and living in Quincy, Mass. Murray Saul, the "Get Down Man," will soon be celebrating his 86th birthday.  He is retired and lives in Cleveland Heights. Shelly Stile is a Divorce Recovery Life Coach at Coaching For Change in New York. Dia Stein lives in New York. Charlie Kendall is retired and lives in Lexington, Ky.

 

Len "Boom" Goldberg is in heaven (we can only assume) doing voice-overs for God.

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Wow WMMS was really special, I remember listening to them in the 1970s when riding with our baseball junkies from a bar in Girard, Ohio to the Ol' Muni to watch Tribe games......and the 1980s also.

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Remember when they first came out basically commercial free.  Buying black light posters and incense from Pier One Imports.  Far out.

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2 hours ago, Westside Steve said:

Not sure about the rest of it but Murray Saul died years ago.

WSS

 

This article was written in April 2014.   So it is only just under 4 years old.   And he was alive then. He was 86 at the time.  If he died then it was just within the past 3 years.

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