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Tuesday December 12th, 2017 10:26PM

LISTEN-Bimbo Brewer remembered by former co-hosts

By Bill and Joel

The passing of our friend and former co-worker, Bimbo Brewer, saddens us. But remembering his charm and time on the air certain brings a smile. Two of Bimbo's former sidekicks took time to remember him on the WDUN Morning Show.

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