Radio Legend Dies Suddenly

( A Suffolk radio legend died suddenly of a suspected heart attack last week while hosting his show, according to The Gateway Pundit. Tim Gough, aged 55, was in his home broadcasting his show when he reportedly passed away. Gough had worked in radio for over 25 years and had devoted his life to what he loved.

“It is with the heaviest of hearts that I have to inform you, our dear friend and breakfast host Tim Gough passed away this morning whilst presenting his program.

Our love to his family, son, sister, brother and mum.” GenX Radio Suffolk tweeted on Monday.

“Tim was doing what he loved. He was 55 years old. RIB buddy. x”

Sky News reported that Fellow GenX presenter Mark Eley was among those paying tribute to the beloved radio host, saying that he had learned “so much from Tim” and that he had “huge” talent and passion for radio.

David K Game replied on the station’s Facebook page saying, “Local radio legend from back in my days of listening to him on Orwell and Saxon. Deepest condolences to his family, friends and colleagues.”

Before his Twitter went private, Gough had tweeted last year December 2021, about his booster shots.

“No problems with booster shots (Pfizer and Moderna) in our family and immediate friends, aside from the odd slightly sore arm for 36 hours. I say get your booster done asap, and enjoy your cheese and wine…I mean talking about work whilst at work and following the rules,” he tweeted.

James Hazell, managing director of GenX Radio Suffolk reportedly stated that the radio host came out of retirement to help revive local broadcasting stations in his hometown.

“To know Tim personally, as I did very closely for over 30 years, was to know a warm, caring, fun guy who myself and my family loved dearly,” Hazell said in the statement. “We are heart broken by the news. I know his family are enormously comforted by the hundreds of loving messages that have been received and have asked for privacy at this devastating time.”