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Tom Graddy

Tom (Ray Thomas Graddy II) was from Sebring and a graduate of Sebring High School. He received his college education from Edison Junior College in Fort Myers and the University of Florida and, in 1970, earned an FCC First Class Radiotelephone license.

His radio career included WELE in South Daytona (late 60’s), Sebring's WSEB and WJCM (1970’s), and WIPC in Lake Wales (early 80’s). He also worked with Fort Myers’ WBBH-TV and was a television news anchor in St. Croix, Virgin Islands.

Tom passed away from a heart attack June 7, 2012, in Port Orange, FL at 66.

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