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Radio legend Ed Walker dies at 83, three hours after final broadcast (Delmarva)
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Radio pioneer Ed Walker, whose "Joy Boys" broadcasts with Willard Scott dominated Washington’s airwaves in the 1960s, has died at age 83, three hours after his final broadcast.
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Walker, who was born blind, "died quietly in his sleep at 2 a.m." says Ken Mellgren, Walker’s longtime friend and former boss at WWRC.


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