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Stone died May 1, 2008 at the age of 94, less than a year after making his final radio appearance at the CHUM 50th anniversary reunion.
Nordheimer was at CJCS Stratford, Ontario, prior to CHUM.
Ladd continued as CHUM program director until May 1958 when he was replaced by Allan Slaight.
In 1960, Ladd was hired to do programming for WONE Pleasantville, New Jersey.
Despite that he decided the new format was perfect to shake up his station's ratings, which had been anaemic since the station's founding in 1945.
So despite reaction ranging from scepticism to outright hostility, Waters made the move.
All these shows were gone from the CHUM lineup by mid-January 1958.
Nordheimer was the last original living CHUM jock, the final survivor of a group that included Phil Ladd, Harvey Dobbs, Josh King, Phil Stone and Hank Noble.
CHUM cancelled Country Caravan in January 1958 with Al Boliska adding the noon-time slot to his morning duties. He didn't like the music but stayed on the air until May 1959 when he was replaced in the afternoon drive slot by Mike Darow.Nordheimer arrived at CHUM from CJCS Stratford, Ontario, in the mid-'50s and was in the lineup doing a split afternoon drive-late evening shift when CHUM introduced its full-time Top 40 format on May 27, 1957.Nordheimer lasted longer on air than any of the original CHUM jocks - he was the only first-day jock remaining on the schedule when he was replaced by Bob Mc Adorey in 1961.He was replaced by Jay Jackson, who was himself succeeded by Bob Laine later that year. Several holdovers from the pre-rock era remained on the CHUM schedule when the station went Top 40 on May 27, 1957."Hit Parade" was on at 9 a.m., followed by "Who Am I? The Johnny Lombardi Show (Italian) was on from 1-2 p.m.