|L. Stanley Wall|
He was 78-years-of-age according to triblive.com.
“He has led a remarkable life for over 70 years,” friend Henry DeLuca said. “As a teenager living in Pittsburgh, Stan's mother would drive him to deejay on WAKU, a small AM station in Latrobe. He later bought the station and (continued) to own it (as) WQTW.”
Wall bought WQTW-1570 in 1984. It largely simulcasts his first station, WLSW-103.9, which signed on in 1971 and has had its share of Pittsburgh oldies disc jockeys, including Wall himself
“He deejayed for 60 years,” DeLuca said.
By 1959 Wall was working at the old WESA-940 in Charleroi.