Sundo dies at work:
Monday 2 July will be a day the staff at Murray Bridge would I’m sure be wishing didn’t happen.
Picture it, you’re part of a business that operates for widespread public consumption, in this case, a radio station. What a terribly difficult task to keep that running whilst your work colleague dies beside you at work.
Shock deaths are often the worst for most people, no time to prepare and adjust. To have such a death happen whilst at work would be terribly traumatic for many.
The Cameron’s have a fair number of management whom I hope are giving the required assistance.
Would be no surprise for Adelaide media outlets to offer their own support from their end of the freeway. As with all facets of SA life, the Adelaide media community is a small group and especially among electronic media outlets, do support each other.
As with Merrick without Rosso or Martin without Molloy; to say Ann Wills will be devastated is an understatement. They made for such entertaining pairing.
I was fortunate to hear Sundo’s breakfast show in 2015 and 2016 whilst in Adelaide and was suitably impressed. A man who had provided decades of high standard broadcasting had found his ‘second wind’ presenting breakfast for 5MU. His on air standard as sharp as ever, a high calibre talent in a market adjacent to the capital city. Off air, just the same, an abundance of personal enthusiasm for broadcasting.
The Murray Bridge newspaper included this Youtube clip with their coverage: