RIP Phil Christie
Mon Jul 27 12:30:34 EDT 2015
A couple of names from my past, although I hadn't thought about Phil in
quite a while. Seeing the name Lew Sargent also brought back memories,
I had dinner with Lew, and a week later he was gone, that was a long
In the last few years I've seen too many obits from the icons of my
youth, I turn 70 this week, so I remember that era very well.
Having grown up it Acton I have fond memories of WORC, never would gave
imagined I'd one day own KORC! One thing I always remember from WORC,
the ads for Spags back in the days when blue laws still existed "Closed
Saturday's Open Sunday!"
My favorite stations through the years.... WTAO, WCOP, WORC AND
WKBR-FM.... I used to take the train Acton to Boston to Manchester to
hang out at WKBR, and when I finally got my driver's license and my
first phone Ralph Gottlieb hired my as a vacation relief at the
transmitter, I think he hired me because he got tired of me hanging out
at the studio.
Gentlemen, rest in peace at that great radio station in the sky.
------ Original Message ------
From: "Kevin Vahey" <email@example.com>
To: "Donna Halper" <firstname.lastname@example.org>; "Boston Radio Group"
Sent: 7/26/2015 4:42:03 PM
Subject: RIP Phil Christie
>He did pretty much everything in radio for decades including stints at
>WCOP , WCAS and WJIB. Link to his obit.
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