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Local radio DJ dies after battle with COVID-19


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Jammer sends another frozen turkey flying down the lane during the 2nd annual Celebrity Turkey Bowl Tuesday at the Market Basket on Phelan Road in Beaumont. Teams from various local media joined in the event, each bowling with turkeys to raise money for local charitable organizations. Photo taken Tuesday, November 19, 2019 Kim Brent/The Enterprise
Jammer sends another frozen turkey flying down the lane during the 2nd annual Celebrity Turkey Bowl Tuesday at the Market Basket on Phelan Road in Beaumont. Teams from various local media joined in the event, each bowling with turkeys to raise money for local charitable organizations.
Photo taken Tuesday, November 19, 2019
Kim Brent/The Enterprise
Kim Brent / The Enterprise

Tommy “Jammer” Muzzillo, a well-know radio disc jockey, died Monday after a battle with COVID-19 that began in November.

Muzzillo, who graduated from Lumberton High School in 1987, began working for local Cumulus Media station KQXY 94.1 in 2012. At the time of his death, he was also the station’s program director, according to his social media info.

Muzzillo’s Facebook page on Tuesday was immediately flooded with photos and messages of support from family, friends and fans.

A GoFundMe to help with funeral expenses can be found here.

This post will be updated.



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