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Presenter Tim Stewart dies at 52

Former Invicta FM, Capital Gold and KMFM presenter Tim Stewart has died at the age of 52, after a difficult battle with pancreatitis.

Tim worked in radio for most of his life, starting at Margate's Hospital Broadcasting Service in 1975 and working his way through various radio stations before spending 10 years with Invicta in Kent.

Colleague Tony Simon has written a message on his [link=http://tsasolutions.co.uk/]website[/link]: "This will be a great shock to those in the industry who knew him, given the great fighter he was in times of crisis. Our deepest condolences are with Tim's widow Anna, Son Dylan, Brother Paul and the rest of his family and friends."

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