LAYMAN PASSES: WHO Radio Broadcaster Dies
WHO Radio’s Dick Layman has passed away. The broadcaster was 59-years-old.
WHO’s General Manager Joel McCrea confirmed the information Friday. He says Layman was on-air Friday morning for WHO, but died suddenly Friday afternoon. No further details on his death were released.
Layman worked in Des Moines radio for KSO in the 1970s and then moved to Nashville. He returned to
Des Moines in 1998 and had worked at WHO Radio since.
Condolences from RadioIowa to the family, friends & colleagues of WHO Radio anchor Dick Layman, who died this afternoon.—
O. Kay Henderson (@okayhenderson) August 23, 2013