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February 26, 2013
Use Planned Giving to Leave a Legacy with OHS
Guests say goodbye to Oklahoma TV and Radio
Legend Danny Williams at Sunday Memorial
Service held at Oklahoma History Center
Danny Williams, Oklahoma City radio and TV icon, passed away last Monday at
the age of 85. A memorial service was held at the Oklahoma History Center which
was flooded with family, friends and other well-wishers. Williams, best known as 3-
D Danny, first made his way to local TV in 1950. Williams went on to have top rated
programs on WKY-TV (now KFOR-TV) and was an enormously popular DJ on
WKY radio for more than 20 years. Later, Danny was the morning show DJ on
country music KEBC, then was the popular morning DJ on Oldies station KOMA-FM.
Williams was one of the original 15 members of the Oklahoma Association of
Broadcasters Hall of Fame.
3/3, 3rd Annual Cowboy
Round-up, 10am (405)
4/20, Beginning Cherokee
Pottery, 10am (405)522-
4/27, Dutch Overn Cooking
Class, 1pm, (405)522-0785
3/16, 26th Annual Family
Kite Flite Day, 9am,
3/20, Vernal Equinox
Walks, 11am (918)962-
Gateway to OK History