Pat O’Day is Dead : Death, Obituary, Cause of Death, Memorial, Funeral
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‘Pat O’Day ‘ has Passed Away.
Friends and families of the deceased are mourning the passing of their loved and cherished Pat O’Day .
About Pat O’Day
Pat O’Day Biography/Profile
Who is Pat O’Day?
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Pat O’Day (born 1934 as Paul W. Berg – August 4, 2020) was a Pacific Northwest broadcaster and promoter.He is probably best known as the afternoon drive personality at Seattle’s KJR 950 in the 1960s, he would eventually become program director and general manager. He owned KYYX – FM 96.5 Radio in Seattle in the mid-1970s and early 1980s. This frequency is now occupied by KJAQ. The current KYYX station in another city has no connection.
Starting in 1967, O’Day served as race announcer and commentator during Seafair for various radio and TV stations, most recently KIRO TV. The television station, however, announced it was parting ways with O’Day in 2013 and he would not return to broadcast the race.
He set the Guinness world record for water skiing non-stop (on Lake Washington) for 4 hours 52 minutes, in 1959.
He is responsible for bringing the Seattle music scene to national prominence.
In 1998 a plaque featuring Pat O’Day with a photograph of him was added to the permanent disc jockey exhibit at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum in Cleveland, Ohio.
O’Day had lived in the San Juan Islands where he sold real estate
O’Day is the author of, It Was All Just Rock ‘n’ Roll, by Pat O’Day and Jim Ojala, detailing his work in radio and the concert promotion company, Concerts West. (first edition published Oct 18, 2002, second edition, It Was All Just Rock-‘n’-Roll II: A Return to the Center of the Radio & Concert Universe, published Dec 2003) ISBN 978-0970626486
He has three sons (Garry, Jerry, and Jeff) and one daughter (Kelsey). Although a reputation for excessive drinking hurt him early in his career, he entered Schick Shadel Hospital in 1986 for treatment. Most recently, he has been Schick Shadel’s spokesman in both radio and television advertisements. In 2007 Pat O’Day joined more than two dozen other radio and music industry leaders as a member of the nominating committee of the Hit Parade Hall of Fame.
His story was featured in a 2015 documentary about radio DJs called I Am What I Play, directed by Roger King.
Pat O’Day passed away on August 4, 2020 at the age of 85.
Pat O’Day Cause of Death
How Pat O’Day Died
What Killed Pat O’Day?
How Did Pat O’Day Died? How Pat O’Day died (Cause of death) has not been made known to us or confirmed yet!!but will keep you informed once it is revealed.
Pat O’Day Memorial/Funeral
Location of Memorial has not been disclosed yet, we will update you once information has been revealed..
Pat O’Day Tributes
What People Say about Pat O’Day !!!
Seattle radio legend Pat O’Day has died at age 85 – at a book signing he told us the story about the time Robert Plant left a horse in O’Day’s swimming pool https://t.co/KfjNmrH3rO
— pops (@2hrlunch) August 5, 2020
When folks of Pat O’Day’s generation pass away it often amazes me at the depth of their experiences. If you only know Mr. O’Day as a spokesman for a rehab facility I encourage you to take a few moments and read about a #Seattle icon. What an amazing life! @rockhall https://t.co/3TlX6z2EoT
— Doug Kimura Wears A Mask (@DougKimura) August 5, 2020
— Cheryl Waters (@djcherylwaters) August 5, 2020
The man known as “Pat O’Day” (b. Paul Berg) has died. He owned KWDB/1110 Oak Harbor for a time and made it great. And then there’s Seafair. He made that happen. Rest in peace, sir. Your kind should never be forgotten.
— Joe Capitano (@Joe_Capitano) August 5, 2020