Lounge morning man died Saturday

Patrick Nicholson was 67 years old - information on a celebration of his life to follow

  • Dec. 9, 2014 4:00 p.m.

Local radio personality Patrick Nicholson died over the weekend after a year-long battle with cancer.

Nicholson was 67 years old. He was the morning man on The Lounge since it signed on the air in 2005.

Nicholson passed away just after noon on Saturday, with his wife Darlene Haynes at his side. According to friend and fellow DJ David Graham, Nicholson did not want a service and plans are being made for a celebration of his life in January.

Nicholson, who often gave his services as a DJ away to help local community organizations, is also survived by his four children.

— NEWS Staff

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