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He worked in the press box at the University of Tennessee basketball games answering the phone for the Associated Press. 6-20-17 WONN-AM 1230 morning host Jim Hendrick, died on Friday, June 16, in Lakeland.Jim had been on medical leave since July of 2016 after a reported fall in the station parking lot.He became an announcer for Maryville College, the Knoxville Smokies, the Lady Gators in Florida, and retired from WELE(-AM 1380) in Daytona Beach, Florida where he was the main broadcaster for Bethune-Cookman College. Family will receive friends from pm until pm on Saturday, May 27, 2017 in the chapel of Berry Funeral Home with the funeral service to follow at pm.He announced many high school football games in the Knoxville area. Family and friends will proceed to Woodlawn Cemetery following the funeral service for the interment.Lee was predeceased by her husband of 43 years Harry S. The family will receive friends at Howard-Quattlebaum Funeral Home, 754 US-1 North Palm Beach, FL 33408 on Thursday, July 13th at PM PM.In lieu of flowers, please donate to Mayo Clinic Alzheimer's Research Center, 200 1st Street SW, Rochester, MN 55905 or Trust Bridge Hospice, 5300 E. Published in The Palm Beach Post from July 9 to July 12, 2017 Michael Joseph Johnson, age 70, of Knoxville, went to be with the Lord Thursday, May 18, 2017.Upon America's entry into World War II, Lee's family moved to the then-tiny Orlando.At her first job there as a copywriter for a radio station, (WLOF-AM 950) she discovered salesmen earned 15% commission. Management laughed at her there were no female sales reps!
1926-2017 HAMILTON, Lee Colee Lee Colee Hamilton, born Leanore Dippy in Philadelphia November 26, 1926, passed away July 03, 2017. It launched a life-long love affair with work and its rewards.
During his career in Central Florida Kevin worked at WRZN-AM 720 as General Manager.
Kevin was also Vice President/General Manager at WIXC-AM 1060.
She thrived on challenge and competition, which carried through to sports: bobsledding in the Swiss Alps, skydiving in Florida, and skin diving in the Bahamas. She is survived by her sister Adele Phillips (Orlando), brother Dr.
Lee loved boating, fishing, and diving in the summer, and in the winter Europe called, especially Paris and San Moritz. Walter and Carol Dippy (Stuart), sisters-in-law Elizabeth Dippy (Astatula) and Lu Ann Dippy (Orlando), her step children Larry and Asmah Hamilton (Australia), Robin and John Morrow (Santa Rosa Beach), and Sonny and Judy Hamilton (West Palm Beach).
Her Madison Avenue competitors called her the Switch Pitch Queen.