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"Today, I am a pastor at the Faith United Methodist Church in Bowling Green, Kentucky.I have worked as chaplain in mental hospitals (working at WAKY was great preparation for that task), jails, prisons, and hospital emergency rooms."As it turned out, Laurie didn't really NEED a partner.We made her the star of the show and she just celebrated 20 years at WPOC.A few of my colleagues at WAKY were Jack Sanders, Jim Light(foot), Chuck Dunaway and Phil Page."Following WAKY, I went to KQV in Pittsburgh for 4 years.At that point I returned to my hometown (Evansville, IN) to open my business, Aiken Management.We're updating this page as information comes in..check back every few days to see how we're progressing."I really enjoyed revisiting lots of memories on your WAKY web site.I was privileged to do PM to Midnights in 1958 - 1959.
"Far and away, my best business project was the purchase in 1987 of WGBF AM and FM. He replaced Daryl Douglas on the midday shift in late 1979 and later moved to the Production Director's slot for WVEZ when it moved into the WAKY building.Meanwhile, Bill has always been gracious about what must have been a difficult situation for him.Everyone involved had the best of intentions."Bill then retired from radio -- until being coaxed out in 1989 to do PM drive at WVLK-AM in Lexington where he remained until April 20, 1994.In the summer of 1969 he departed for AM drive at WLS in Chicago but quit after six months.Bill returned to Louisville and joined WAKY in 1970, where he ruled the morning roost there through 1981.The family would like to express their sincere gratitude to the staff at Friendship Manor for the love and care they gave for their father. "I was close to Bill Crisp, Bob Watson, Byron Crawford (who I still talk to often), Ron Statzer (who was killed in Cincinnati working for a TV station there I think), John Randolph, Weird Beard, as well as several of the sales people and secretaries.Funeral Services to honor Bill's life will be held at 6 p.m. It was a fine group of people who put up with a lot of my immaturity (after all I was 15 and running around a business office).We were able to turn the fortunes of GBF from bad to good (including becoming the first station to syndicate The Bob and Tom Show). Did mornings at WSSX in Charleston, SC in the early '80s.Was morning host at WVEZ in Louisville for many years through July 21, 2008.[Audio Interview Available] Longtime WAKY morning man known as "The Duke of Louisville." Bill came to the Derby City from Winston-Salem, North Carolina in 1965 to do morning drive at WKLO.Bill spent his last years in a Louisville-area nursing home recovering from a 2003 stroke.Up until the end, his mind was still sharp and the old Bill Bailey wit remained. [Real Name: William Clyde Boahn]Boahn, William Clyde, "Bill Bailey" "The Duke of Louisville", a prominent Louisville radio personality, passed away peacefully on Saturday, January 14, 2012 at Norton Brownsboro Hospital at the age of 81.