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William H. Stewart, (Bill Stewart) was a KLAC Los Angeles disc jockey in the 1960's. On his "Bill Stewart Show" he produced and announced more than 4,000 programs, many over AFRTS. When he was discharged from the army in November 1947 he continued his AFRTS programs while working on KLAC. His shows were heard on Armed Forces Radio Service for nearly 50 years. He died in 1993 at a Burbank hospital. He was 69. (LA Times notes) A longtime Burbank resident, Stewart died Feb. 26 of congestive heart failure and complications of diabetes, said his wife, Shirley. Stewart was born in New Brunswick, Canada. He served in the Canadian Air Force during World War II and was discharged due to a medical disability. He came to the United States and worked shortly at a radio station in Idaho until he was drafted into the U. S. Army. Many hours of his programs can be heard on our stream at www.radiothen.network. Check program log for GMT time and conversion widget for time to hear in your zone. (See our easy listening music block "Music Matinee").

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