He was 55-years-of-age, according to The Herald-Dispatch.
Kindred Communications President Mike Kirtner made the announcement on his Facebook page.
"He was the strongest and most determined man I have ever known," Kirtner wrote. "He accepted what life handed him and kept moving forward until he could move no more."
Crawford was the program director of radio station WDGG 93.7 FM and hosted the afternoon drive time shift, 2 to 7 p.m.
His wife and 16-year-old daughter died in a 2009 car wreck.
From 1992 until he could no longer work this year, Crawford was the afternoon drive announcer, said Reeves Kirtner, Kindred vice president and associate general manger.
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