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Louis J. Link

Louis J. Link began working with WSUN when the station first went on the air in 1927. As its chief engineer, he served under six different station managers during the three decades he worked there, and was also responsible for planning and directing the installation of sister-station WSUN-TV, which went on the air in 1953.

After his passing in 1958, Link was succeeded by WSUN staff engineer William Codding.

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