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COVID Vaccine Skeptic and Conservative Radio Talk Show Host Dies from COVID

Phil Valentine
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Conservative talk show host Phil Valentine has succumbed to COVID one month after being hospitalized with the virus. He was 61. Allison Warren, Vice President/Market Manager, Cumulus Nashville, on the death of Phil Valentine, afternoon host on Super Talk 99.7 WTN/WWTN-FM in Nashville stated..

“Phil Valentine was a charismatic broadcaster who entertained millions and enriched countless lives throughout his career. A beloved friend and mentor to many, his contributions to our city and his passion for his listeners cannot be overstated. We know he will be missed. We send our heartfelt condolences and prayers to Phil’s family and wish them peace during this difficult time. If you aren’t yet vaccinated, we fervently hope that you will honor Phil’s memory by taking to heart the urgent plea he made in the last weeks of his life and ‘PLEASE GO GET VACCINATED!’”

– Allison Warren, Vice President/Market Manager, Cumulus Nashville


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