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Longtime local radio announcer being remembered
04/19/2019

L.J. Trant

(MSC News)--Longtime KNZA/KMZA radio announcer L.J. Trant is being remembered.

KNZA Inc. President Greg Buser announced Friday morning that Trant died Thursday.

Buser said “ we are all shocked and saddened."

Trant was in his 32nd year at Kanzaland radio, joining the station in July of 1987 as program director and morning show host. He also hosted the weekly program "Outdoors in Kanzaland."

Trant, of Everest, began his career in broadcasting in Hutchinson. 

He worked for several years with multiple farm station owner and agriculture  broadcaster Larry Steckline in southern and western Kansas, and did the morning show at station WNAD/WWLS 640 AM, in the Oklahoma City market before moving back to the sunflower state in 1980's.

Funeral services are pending.

 

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Charlie 04/19/2019 8:42 AM
This is such sad news. He did such a wonderful job volunteering at our Spotlight Auction every year. I enjoyed listening to him talk. I will be sending prayers up for his family and friends.



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