It seemed like his time was drawing short after he had his stroke, though not as short as he thought back in 2011.
I wonder what this means for the Family Radio network and stations. FR was in deep financial trouble after borrowing up to their eyeballs a few years back and they did need to sell some of their huge stations, but they did recently buy a station in Philly. Most of what's left are non-comm FM's, including 91.7 KUFR in Salt Lake that aren't as valuable. It seemed like he really was no longer very involved with the business after his stroke, so there might not be any change. Or maybe with him completely out of the picture now there will be a big shakeup. I have no idea. Thoughts?