Royal Marshall

January 16, 2011 by Post Team 

Royal Marshall, Royal Marshall, radio personality best known for his work on WSB “Neal Boortz Show,” died Saturday at his home in Atlanta. Marshall was taken to hospital after collapsing at his home and Grady was pronounced dead around 1 am Saturday.

“There are no words available to express my personal sense of loss when switching to Royal Marshall,” said Neal Boortz. “It is no exaggeration to say that I loved that man as if he were my own brother. Royal had an unparalleled sense of humor and quick wit makes him a natural choice for radio, and his dedication to his colleagues and friends has been exceeded only by his intense devotion to his family. Our program, WSB Radio and the whole family has Cox lost part of his soul that day. ”

Marshall began his career as an operator on board at WSB Radio in 1992. After four years, he started his own radio talk show called “The Royal Treatment,” which lasted many years. When he finished his working relationship with Boortz then, lasting over 15 years.

Royal Raymond Marshall is survived by his wife Annette and daughters, Amira (4) and Ava (2).


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