Terry Robert Fleming passed away

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Terry Robert Fleming passed away

Postby jon » Thu Dec 28, 2017 12:48 pm

Somehow, it got missed, but Terry Robert Fleming passed away last April. From VancouverBroadcasters.com:
Terry Robert Fleming - CFUN Vancouver 1966; weekends/late night/production CKLG-FM Vancouver late 1960s; CKLN Nelson 1969; CKCQ Quesnel/CKWL Williams Lake 1970; mornings/assistant PD CFCP Courtenay/CFWB Campbell River 1972-74; CKEK Cranbrook 1974; CJJC Langley 1975; CHNL Kamloops 1976-77; CFRN Edmonton 1977-80; CJCD Yellowknife 1980; mornings CKST St. Albert AB 1980-81; PD CHEC Lethbridge 1981-84; freelance announcer CFCN-TV Calgary 1984; AM drive CHWK Chilliwack 1984; CKXY Vancouver; p.m. drive CKST Langley/Vancouver; a.m. drive CKEK Cranbrook 1993; CFRN-TV Edmonton 1997; CFCP/CFWB 1998-99; President/Founder CJTS-FM Lethbridge 2001-06; owner oldies Love FM Internet station 2006-09

Comox Valley Record
Terry Robert Fleming
Apr 17, 2017
OBITUARIES

Terry passed away at the Campbell River Hospital on Monday, April 17, 2017 at the age of 69.

Born in Vancouver, Terry spent an exciting career in broadcasting, eventually moving to the island where he settled in Campbell River.

Terry is survived by and will be greatly missed by his partner, Mary-Ann Kozier, his children Treena, Steven, Robert, & Ashley, brothers and spouses: Rich & Dale, Jimmie & Julie, Bill & Sandy, his extended family & relatives and many friends.

A celebration of life will be announced at a later date.
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Re: Terry Robert Fleming passed away

Postby jon » Thu Dec 28, 2017 12:59 pm

Terry may hold the record for being the only person to work for both CKSTs: when the call letters were in St. Albert, on 1070, and then again after they moved to the Lower Mainland. 1040 still has those call letters today.
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