NPR newscaster Carl Kasell, dead at 84
NPR newscaster Carl Kasell, dead at 84
NPR newscaster, Carl Kasell, shown in this 4/14/2010 file photo in St. Louis, has died at the age of 84 in Potomac, Md on 4/17/2018. Wife Mary Ann Foster, said the cause of death was complications of Alzheimer’s disease. At the age of 64, Kasell began a second career as “official judge and scorekeeper” of an NPR call-in comedy hour. Kasell joined National Public Radio's staff as a news announcer for Weekend All Things Considered in 1975 and was also the news announcer for NPR's Morning Edition from its inception in 1979 through 2009. File Photo by Bill Greenblatt/UPI
OTR:
SLP2018041702
Date:
April 17, 2018
Object Name:
CARL KASELL
Keywords:
News, obits, NPR, Carl Kasell, NPR, newscaster, St. Louis
Category:
Sports
Supplemental Codes:
National League Baseball, , People, Sports




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