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Radio Host Mitch Malone Passes Away: A Tribute

Posted By: Reggie Culpepper on December 20, 2013

James David Mitchell, also known as Mitch Malone, passed away at 5 a.m. Nov 25th, Monday morning of natural causes. Considered a Virginia State University alumnus All-Star, Mitch Malone was the noted host of KISS-FM's "Quiet Storm" radio show since 2005 in Richmond, VA. Mitch was also the "Voice of Trojan Football and Basketball" for several years during which time he received the CIAA Sportscaster of the Year Award on three occasions. He was also the original voice of the Richmond-area's first Urban-oriented radio station, Magic 99 FM. He got his start at WVST Radio - Virginia State University's campus radio station.
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