Rick Stephenson passed away. He was a former morning host for 102.7 Super Hits Radio in Peoria, Illinois. On Tuesday, November 7, 2022, he passed away suddenly, leaving friends, family, and coworkers in a devastated state. Let’s see about Rick Stephenson cause of death in detail.
How did Rick Stephenson die?
On their Facebook page, 102.7 Super Hits announced Rick Stephenson’s loss and wrote, “102.7 Super Hits is heartbroken to announce the passing of our good friend and former morning host Rick Stephenson.”
102.7 shared condolences to Rick and the message reads, “102.7 Super Hits is heartbroken to announce the passing of our good friend and former morning host Rick Stephenson. Rick was a true radio pro, but more importantly, just the nicest guy in the world. Our prayers go out to his daughter Megan and her family…including the wonderful grandkids he loved to talk about. RIP Rick and give Oscar the hug you’ve been waiting to give him.”
Rick Stephenson cause of death:
Rick Stephenson cause of death was a Stroke. Rick passed away after suffering a stroke over the weekend. His death news was shared by his fellow mate, Doug Warner.
Doug Warner shared the statement and the message reads,
“Stunned to learn of the passing of longtime Shreveport radio host Rick Stephenson. I had the pleasure of working in the same building with him years ago. But I loved following him on Facebook while he continued his career in other cities. Just got word tonight as I wrapped election coverage that Rick passed away today after suffering a stroke over the weekend. What a friendly, yet booming voice that I can still hear in my ears. God bless you, Rick, and prayers to all who worked with knew him, and called him a friend.”
The family of Rick will publish Rick Stephenson’s obituary and funeral arrangements.
Who was Rick Stephenson?
Rick was not only an extremely skilled radio specialist, but he was also the sweetest and most genuine person you could ever hope to meet. Rick Stephenson worked as an engineer for the railroad that passed through Wildlife Prairie Park. He worked there for quite some time.
In addition to serving as the corporate spokesperson, Rick has been an engineer for the railroad on Saturdays since 2009.
Rick has worked in the radio broadcasting industry his whole professional life. Additionally, he recorded the audio in the comfort of his very own home studio.
As conditions along the trail changed, he was always prepared to provide updates, ensuring that park visitors always received the most recent information on what they were experiencing while traveling on the rails.
As conditions along the route changed, Rick Stephenson was always ready to give updates.
Rick Stephenson worked in the morning show on SuperHits WIRL. He’s a veteran of the radio industry who also worked in Oakland, Minneapolis, Albuquerque, Shreveport, Phoenix, and Peoria.
Rick was a true radio pro and he was constantly prepared to lend a helping hand to anyone in need at any major events held in the park. He composed both the jovial music heard on Santa’s Wildlife Express and the eerie music heard on the train trips at Wildlife Scary Park.
Tributes to Rick Stephenson:
Steve Roach commented,
Tough week. So sad to hear of his sudden passing.
Linda Nolan commented,
I’m so sorry to hear this. Rick was a great man!
Tina Emert Devall posted,
Prayers to his daughter & grandkids. Always loved listening to him on the radio. RIP.
Rick Stephenson Peoria Illinois, Former 102.7 Super Hits Radio Morning Host has died
Vhonda Shadrick commented,
Condolences and prayers for his family. I’ve been lobstering for many many years. I’m so so sorry to you all at the for his loss also.
Erika Thrilliams commented,
very sad! thinking of his loved ones at this time.
Lynne Ceja commented,
So sad to hear this. He was a great guy and role model
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