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TV/Radio Personality Pat Barry Dies Of COVID-19

Pat Barry interviewing Reds fans at Findlay Market in 2014 for Fox Sports Ohio. CREDIT JOHN KIESEWETTER



Pat Barry, who parlayed his Q102 popularity into a Greater Cincinnati radio and TV career spanning five decades, died of COVID-19 Saturday afternoon, Feb. 20.

The Springfield, Ohio, native burst upon WKRQ-FM’s airwaves in 1974, playing Top 40 hits, and became one of the best known TV/radio personalities in town, thanks to his welcoming smile, loyalty to friends and self-deprecating humor.

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