Controversial Radio Broadcaster Personality Don Imus Dies

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Controversial Broadcaster Don Imus, has passed away after being hospitalized on Christmas Eve. Don Imus was 79.

moved here In March 2009, Imus was diagnosed with stage 2 prostate cancer. Imus was hospitalized at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center in College Station, Texas, on December 24, 2019. He died three days later, on December 27, at the age of 79.

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Imus was known to fans as the”I-Man” who prided himself on speaking his mind about politics, pop culture and other hot topics. In March 2018, Imus retired from his nationally syndicated radio talk show “Imus in the Morning.”

He was known to fans as the”I-Man” who prided himself on speaking his mind about politics, pop culture and other hot topics.

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Don Imus Trivia:
Don Imus hosted a talk radio program in New York City called “Imus In The Morning“.
Used to be a co-worker of Howard Stern.
Actor Luke Reilly portrayed Imus in the film Private Parts (1997).
(July 3, 1998) Son, with Deirdre Coleman Imus, was born, named Frederick Wyatt Imus, but referred to as Wyatt.
Older brother of Fred Imus.
In the 1970s, he recorded a series of albums that featured recordings of his on-air telephone pranks (including trying to reserve a Formula 1 race car from a auto rental agency), and material from his radio shows.
Has written several comic novels, including “God’s Other Son”.
Is an avid landscape photographer.
Children with Harriet Showalter: Nadine Imus, Tony Imus, Elizabeth Imus (born on April 29, 1975) and Ashleigh Imus.
Don Imus was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 1989.
Hired as DJ for the Sacramento station KXOA, Imus once (in about 1969) called a local fast-food restaurant while on the air and ordered 1,200 hamburgers to go, giving specific instructions on how he wanted them prepared. As a result, the Federal Communications Commission ruled that disc jockeys must identify themselves when they telephone listeners.
Of Welsh ancestry.
Along with his brother, Fred Imus, and his wife, Deirdre Coleman Imus, Don Imus founded the “Imus Ranch for Kids with Cancer” in 1999 in Ribera, New Mexico.
Don Imus Served in the Marine Corps as a bugler from 1957 to 1960.
Battling stage two prostate cancer [March 16, 2009].
Raised on a sprawling cattle ranch called “The Willows”, neared Kingman, Arizona, which was a few miles from Jeannette Walls’s grandmother.
Was a brakeman on the Southern Pacific Railroad. After hearing a morning disc-jockey, went to the nearby radio station and persuaded the owner to hire him. Thus began his career as a radio disc jockey on June 28, 1968 at radio station KUTY in Palmdale, California.
Favorite songs: “I’ve Always Been Crazy” by Waylon Jennings.
Licensed ordained minister with the Universal Life Church, since April 1971.
Friend of Hank Williams Jr., Dick Gregory, Barbara Walters, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Paul Begala.