Longtime NH broadcaster and NHAB Board member Darrel Clark passes away

525ed7a82725d.imageClark_Darrel_1987Darrel Clark, former New Hampshire broadcaster and NHAB Board member passed away on October 13 at the age of 75.

Clark held various positions in New Hampshire radio including Sales Manager of WKNE-FM in Keene as well as working at New Hampshire Public Radio.  Clark also owned WTSL-AM in Hanover, NH.  He served as New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters Treasurer for many years, including several years after his retirement to Florida.  Clark won the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters “Broadcaster of the Year Award” in 1986.  Read the complete obituary here.

 

One Response to “Longtime NH broadcaster and NHAB Board member Darrel Clark passes away”

  1. Ed Brouder Says:

    Very sorry to hear this news. Darrel served his broadcast markets and the NHAB well for many years. He was a class guy who came up the ranks from announcing to sales to ownership.

    I’ll never forget dressing up in a Santa Claus suit and visiting his (very) young children at their home one Christmas when I worked with Darrel at WKNE in Keene. Seems like another lifetime ago.

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