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Steve Friedman dies
Steve Bryant posts it this way...
Radio legend, movie savant and genuinely nice guy Steve Friedman lost his 5 year battle with kidney disease. Rest in peace, Mr. Movie!
Steve is survived by his wife, Michell Muldoon, and teenage daughter, Darragh.  Both of them often joined Steve on his show in recent years.  Darragh is a budding filmmaker and critic with a distinctive earthy voice with the same sharp wit as her father.
Sad news indeed.  I've listened to him for many years.  His voice late at night while I was working was something I really looked forward to.

Once we were talking on the phone (personal call, not on the air) about a movie being made based on a book I had read by L. Ron Hubbard.  He was just like his on air persona, wide ranging views and information shot out with rapid fire speed.  The talk then turned to his views on Scientology as a cult.  I learned a lot from him.
Although cause of death has not been announced most likely it was as a result of his battle with kidney failure.
steve2.gifAs his listeners know his shows ended with ...

"Hug somebody today because you never know when they won't be around."
Click the Read More link for an OLLLLD picture of him from WCAU 10 that he shared with me.

Steve Friedman dies
Steve Bryant posts it this way...
Radio legend, movie savant and genuinely nice guy Steve Friedman lost his 5 year battle with kidney disease. Rest in peace, Mr. Movie!
Steve is survived by his wife, Michell Muldoon, and teenage daughter, Darragh.  Both of them often joined Steve on his show in recent years.  Darragh is a budding filmmaker and critic with a distinctive earthy voice with the same sharp wit as her father.
Sad news indeed.  I've listened to him for many years.  His voice late at night while I was working was something I really looked forward to.

Once we were talking on the phone (personal call, not on the air) about a movie being made based on a book I had read by L. Ron Hubbard.  He was just like his on air persona, wide ranging views and information shot out with rapid fire speed.  The talk then turned to his views on Scientology as a cult.  I learned a lot from him.
Although cause of death has not been announced most likely it was as a result of his battle with kidney failure.
As his listeners know his shows ended with ...

"Hug somebody today because you never know when they won't be around."

 

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