Memorial set for Sonoma County broadcasting legend Jim Grady
By CHRIS SMITH
THE PRESS DEMOCRAT
Family, friends and fans of Jim Grady will gather to celebrate the life of the veteran Sonoma County radio broadcaster at 1 p.m. Friday, March 8, at the Friedman Center in Santa Rosa.
Grady was the morning anchor and the night sports announcer through most of his 44 years with KSRO/AM. For the past eight years, he worked the weekend morning slot at KZST/FM.
Failing health forced him off the air last October. Gregarious and fun-loving to the end, he died Feb. 13 at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital at the age of 77.