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Memorial set for Tucson broadcast legend John C. Scott

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Household and pals of legendary native speak present host John C. Scott will come collectively at a memorial service Saturday, Oct. 21, on the Loft Cinema, 3233 E. Speedway.

Scott, whose actual identify was John Scott Ulm, died at his dwelling on Sept. 22. He was 80.

Scott had hosted the John C. Scott Present since 1989 on numerous AM frequencies in Tucson, “speaking over a yard fence” about native politics and boasting that he had the “most listened to, talked to, talked about present” in Southern Arizona.

He additionally served one time period within the Arizona Legislature within the early Seventies and labored in numerous TV and radio gigs.

Audio system on the memorial service, which is ready to run from 9 to 10:30 a.m. within the Loft’s largest theater, are anticipated to incorporate former Tucson Citizen editor Mark Kimble, former Republican Nationwide Committeeman Bruce Ash, former Pima County Democratic Celebration chairs Don Jorgensen and Jeff Rogers, former congressman Ron Barber, Tucson Metropolis Councilman Steve Kozachik, broadcast colleagues Alan Kath and Nicole Cox and former gasoline station proprietor Jesse Lugo, who labored with Scott on the Bike in a Field program that gave away bicycles to needy children throughout the holidays.

In lieu of flowers, Ulm stated the household was encouraging donations to Lugo Charities’ Bike in a Field program.

Learn the Sentinel’s obituary of Scott right here.

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