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RADIO host Simon Bolton died on Christmas Eve after a “very short” battle with Covid.
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The 54-year-old Zetland FM station was taken to hospital last week after testing positive for the virus, but died just three days later.
Simon from North Yorkshire had worked at the local Redcar and Cleveland station since its launch in 2015.
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Radio presenter Simon Bolton died on Christmas Eve.
His wife of 17 years, Joanne, said he was taken to James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough on Dec. 22, but she died “suddenly” on Friday, TeessideLive reports.
Joanne said of 16-year-old Leyla’s father Simon: “He was well known to people. He had a good drink, he could speak for England!”
“He stayed informed, especially with Boro and music.
“Being a radio host was what he wanted to do.”
Simon hosted several shows during his stay at the station, including Monday’s sports show, weekend breakfast, and Friday’s rock show.
More recently, he was the voice of Radio Revivals, which Joanne described as “her passion for him,” adding: “It was material that he never heard and that’s what he preferred.”
Simon, who produced the show from his home in Redcar after suffering various health problems, including a leg amputation, will be “greatly missed” by his colleagues.
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Zetland FM said in a statement on Boxing Day: “It is with great sadness that we bring you the news that our colleague and friend from Zetland FM, Simon Bolton, has passed away.
“Simon passed away on Christmas Eve after a short illness.
“Simon has been a part of Zetland FM since our launch in 2015 and featured many shows on the air, including our Monday sports show, weekend breakfast, and Friday rock show.
“More recently, Simon’s regular show ‘Radio Revivals’ on Zetland FM showcased his great passion for music of all genres and eras, as well as his immense knowledge of bands and artists.”
He continued: “His favorite band was the Beatles, and whenever he was on the air he always tried to squeeze a track from them on his show.”
Born and raised in Redcar, Simon attended the School of the Sacred Heart from 1979 to 1984 and in 2017 he was involved in organizing an alumni reunion.
“He was also a lifelong fan of Middlesbrough Football Club, and many people will know him from his longstanding involvement with the Boro Supporters Club.
“Simon was also a huge fan of cinema, particularly the ‘Star Wars’ movies, as well as enjoying many other movies as a regular at Redcar’s Regent Cinema.
“In recent years, Simon’s life had been dominated by health problems, and he worked hard to record his weekly show for Zetland FM at his home in Redcar.
“Simon will be greatly missed by all of Zetland FM’s colleagues, friends and listeners and we send our deepest condolences to his wife Joanne, his daughter Leyla, his family and friends of his.”
Simon is the second member of the Zetland FM team to pass away after testing positive for coronavirus.
Julie Donaldson, 50, who hosted the Morning Mix show, spent several weeks in intensive care with the virus before her death in October 2020.