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Ron Morgan

St. Louis radio personality

Longtime St. Louis radio personality Ron Morgan died in that city Feb. 3 of a heart ailment. He was 60.

Morgan came to St. Louis in 1973, when he joined KSD-AM. He was the station’s premier morning personality for seven years before leaving briefly for a job in Dallas.

He returned a short time later and spent most of the next two decades working in radio in St. Louis, most recently as a weekend personality at KTRS.

Morgan was also a former unseen announcer for KPLR Television in St. Louis and was a recognizable voice on radio and TV commercials.

Survivors include his wife, Karen, two sons and two stepdaughters.

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