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Rhonda Hart, a long-time local radio personality whose career included stints at WRIF and most recently WMUZ, died overnight. She was 46. The cause of death is unknown.
Hart joined Christian radio station WMUZ-FM 103.5 as a morning host in 2005. It was the latest stop in her 25-year career.

WMUZ posted this statement on its website:

"We fondly remember our dear friend and beloved colleague, Rhonda Hart. Rhonda's passing was extremely sudden, and we are all trying to come to terms with this devastating loss.

"Please keep Rhonda's family, as well as the many people who cherished her, in your prayers at this very difficult time. Rhonda was truly one-of-a-kind, and brought joy to thousands of people every single day.

"Her compassion, zeal for life, and unabashed love for God and fellow humankind was a constant inspiration to those fortunate enough to get to know her. Funeral arrangements and other information will be made public as it becomes available."
 

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jjkGURU said:
:laughing: you guys been busy?
more than the one legged man in the ass kickin contest.

I have alot of ford v5 work that I am having issues finding qualified persons for. Apparently, when a designer says they can design anything "soup to nuts" that does not mean they can design evderything :confused:
I have also learned that many people who took the ford buyout should be thankfull as work outside of the OEM is to demanding for their level of (self proclaimed) "expertise"
 

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almightys said:
more than the one legged man in the ass kickin contest.

I have alot of ford v5 work that I am having issues finding qualified persons for. Apparently, when a designer says they can design anything "soup to nuts" that does not mean they can design evderything :confused:
I have also learned that many people who took the ford buyout should be thankfull as work outside of the OEM is to demanding for their level of (self proclaimed) "expertise"
LOL! I took the buyout and really thought the same thing for the 7 years I was with Ford. You are probably dealing with people that never worked anywhere else. I used to tell them that they would never make it on the outside. Because I had worked as a supplier, I never really fit in to the " I am king sh!t" mentality.

Good call! I'm sorry you have to deal with that though.:twofinger
 
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