Jerry Wade Death – Jerry Wade, a resident of Indianapolis, Indiana, and a legendary radio host has sadly passed away. He was announced dead through a social media publication that read “Rip to my favorite Lover Man, my cousin Jerry Wade. Every time chance I saw him he was so happy to see me. My dad hung out with him Saturday and gain his wings shortly after.” Jerry Wade’s cause of death was not made public at the time of this publication.
Who was Jerry Wade?
Jerry Wade was born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana and he was a celebrity mobile DJ and a radio personality at Radio One Indy @106.7 WTLC. He was the host Of The Quiet Storm and the owner of LIVE Entertainment, according to his LinkedIn profile. Jerry was honored by a few of Indianapolis’ beloved organizations. Including, The Mozel Sanders We Feed the Hungry program Radio Award and the Indiana Black Expo Radio Broadcast Media Award.
About Jerry Wade
Jerry Wade, popularly known as “The Loverman” on WTLC, was a man whose name and voice you may recognize. Jerry, however, is a local businessman, DJ, and emcee outside of the broadcast world. Jerry had planned to complete this new event facility in downtown Indianapolis by 2020. Jerry started renting an office space, and the original intention was to host business gatherings, parties, and mixers in its prime position right off Monument Circle. However, none of that has been achievable because of the pandemic.
Jerry, though, had to get inventive because he had a lot of bills to pay and was unable to DJ or even throw parties at local nightclubs. He was among the first DJs to use Facebook Live to conduct online parties. Jerry transformed his downtown area into an online nightclub. However, it has also enabled Jerry to continue honing his DJ techniques while doing what he does best.
Jerry Wade’s obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by the family at a later date.
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