Murrow who had spent of the latter s and most of s in the United Kingdom and continental Europeand the emerging Cold War hostility with the Soviet Union. Paleywho was his boss at CBS. Meanwhile, Murrow had "covered the London air raids from the streets and rooftops During these years of the late s and early s, political paranoia involving a Communist conspiracy was flowing from Washington, DC and it eventually came to be led by U.
He was 84 years old.
We just got the heartbreaking news that our dear friend and Score Keeper Emeritus Carl Kasell has passed away. Carl was warm, funny, caring, and put up with our nonsense with a knowing smile and a wink.
In a word, he was a gentleman. He broadcast for the program for over three decades. He would record phone messages for the winners.
He recorded more than 2, personalized voicemails before retiring in at the age of 80, NPR reported. I am extremely sad to tell you all that my dear friend and colleague for 16 years, Carl Kasell has passed away at the age of 84, from complications of Alzheimer's.
He was, and remains, the heart and soul of our show. At 16, he joined the staff of local radio station WGBR.
The university said he did not officially graduate before being drafted into the U. Kasell was married to the former Clara de Zorzi for 37 years until her death in He married Mary Ann Foster in Survivors include a son from his first marriage, Joe Kasell of Ashburn, Virginia; a stepson, Brian Foster of Washington; a sister; and four grandchildren.
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