Kingston mourns the death of legendary local radio host Brian Scott

Brian Scott, known to most in the city as the morning show host for 98.3 FLY FM, died on March 12 after a long battle with cancer. In this video, Shauna Cunningham pays tribute to the life of her old coworker and friend.

The Kingston community is mourning the death of a longtime radio announcer, who died Tuesday following a lengthy battle with cancer.

Brian Scott died at Providence Care Hospital with family by his side.


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The 56 year-old’s radio career spanned almost four decades and brought him to Kingston in 2003, when he worked for 98.3 FLY FM.

His career began in his hometown of Chatham Ont., and he would later be hired to work at radio stations in London, Ottawa, Toronto and Kingston.

Scott leaves behind his wife Deborah and daughter Logan.

Funeral arrangements have not yet been made.

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