Career Achievement Inductee
Deane Clark was born in Dayton, Ohio on March 13, 1944, but grew up in Toledo where he attended a college-prep high school and won a full scholarship to the University of Toledo. His first radio job was at WMHE-FM. He left school at 19 to become Production Manager at WVKO, Columbus, Ohio. A year later he was back in school and working for WTOD/WKLR-FM as a jock and FM PD. In 1970 he made it to KIRL, St. Louis. In 1973 Deane became PD at WYSP, Philadelphia, followed by eight years at WKLS, Atlanta. He always ended his show with "Come get me mother, I'm through". Clark is now retired from stage and voice acting.
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