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Is hiking revelation ( 1914 trio with on great finance make 1982 for the new adult' network News Radio New launched to counterprogram against Radio's 'The Source', emailed There were eight anchors hired a clump; and I were two of them. We were fast friends from the day we met. He left News Radio the early ‘90s. He figured out how to retire early, to Mexico. But that didn't work out as he and his wife had planned, and he wound up back on the market again the late 90's. He was there when I left the network New '98 and came west, and one of the best things about the move to LA then was seeing him, and getting to work with him, again. continued: Shortly after G. Hall took over KNX, decided it was time to move on, this time to but he was among those who'd learned how to do remote broadcasts, and continued to deliver KNX business reports from his home as if they were coming from down the hall at Columbia Square. Eventually that ended and he was enjoying actual early retirement. '06 he had a serious stroke. Eventually he recovered somewhat, walking and talking to a degree where he felt some of his old pizzazz. Then came a move to Mississippi, followed by another move back to two years ago. He was one of the best, most committed, most ferocious newspeople I've ever known, one-of-a-kind, with a one-of-a-kind delivery. Polish, anchor at KNX, was another wonderful friend of 's. He took this refreshingly candid photo of just two months ago while on a visit to 's home. was one of the smartest, quickest, most amazing reporters I've ever met. He was truly a wordsmith. His command of the English language was unbelievable. When confronted with hypocrisy or lies, his eyes would literally flash. But when he laughed, the whole room did too. When I'd ask him how things were going, he'd flash that big smile, wave a hand toward me and say, 'Everything is tickety-boo!' He was a stylish, refined with a wicked sense of humor. And a pleasure to work with or around. I met him at KCBS San the 1970's and we became fast friends. Then, he headed off to NYC as a News Network anchor, where after what I think was a 15-year run he retired to Mexico, where he built a solar powered house and eventually landed at KNX doing business news, which is where I ended up, just a few weeks before the 9 Twin Tower attack. Riddle, KRLA, 1960; KFWB, 1963; KHJ, 1965; KDAY, 1971; KROQ, 1972; KHJ, 1974. The longtime producer of produces tv specials. Riddlemosher, KCMG, 1998. left his post as marketing director at KRBV- February 2003. Riedy, KTWV, 2006. joined Smooth Jazz KTWV from doing mornings at the Seattle Smooth Jazz station. He left the of 2010. 's also actor and has recurring on Nickelodeon's Big Time Rush. RIEGLE, KNX, 1967; KFWB, 1969. one of the pioneering women L.A. radio news, died 19. She was 85. As intern the KWIZ newsroom at the age of 17, I dreamed of the big time, and listened to KNX and KFWB reporters closely every day. Over the next several years, I eventually met of the reporters whose work I admired, but was frustrated that I had not met early 20s, while visiting mom's house, I ran into the mailman, who recognized me from night shift at KWIZ. He asked if I knew Riegle, and I told him that I did not. Let me introduce you, he said. We walked one block up Gain Street where I grew up, turned a corner onto Chain Street, and knocked on the door. answered! She had lived around the corner from where I grew up all those years, and I never knew. Our visit was outstanding, and she was gracious enough to spend hour or with me her living room talking about her Orange County beat and the state of LA Radio. story proves that not only is radio a small business, but that this is indeed a very small world. KFWB, 1972 and 1986; KFAC, 1988. lives and works as a