The local radio host, who died on air, was described by those who worked with him as a “dear friend” and an “endlessly nice guy.”

im Gough died suddenly at the age of 55 on Monday during his breakfast show on GenX Radio Suffolk.

It is said that Mr. Gaff was broadcasting from his home studio when he died.

The agency said in a statement:

“We send our love to his family, son, sister, brother and mom. Tim was doing what he loved. He was 55.”

Station owner James Hazel later added: Thanks to hundreds of loving messages, I am now.

“Tim is involved in building GenX Radio and will not let his efforts go to waste.

“We are going to build the best radio station Suffolk can boast of. It will be Tim’s legacy.”

Virgin Radio UK presenter Amy Voce said: He was my first boss at the radio station in Leicester Sound when I was his 18 and was so great.

“I have the happiest memories.

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BBC Radio Executive Producer Gaynor Marshall added: He took me under his wing when I was at Smooth Radio Nottingham. What a terrible shock.”

Mr. Goff grew up in a village near Bury St. Edmunds in Suffolk and began his broadcasting career in 1986 with Radio Orwell.

He has since broadcast breakfast shows on Saxon Radio and SGR-FM, and has also appeared on Smooth Radio and various East Midlands radio stations.

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