Scott Fybush at NorthEast Radio Watch reports that Pat Kain died Thursday at Lancaster Regional Medical Center. He was just 35.
He was a former air talent in the State College area whose career included stints at WMAJ-FM (99.5) and “B-103” WBHV-FM (then 103.1), and as morning show host at “Quick” WQWK-FM (then 97.1).
Kain, who worked at WHFS-FM (105.7) in Baltimore before its unexpected switch in 2005 from progressive rock to FM talk, had also worked at WLAN-FM (96.9) in Lancaster as night DJ, music director and assistant program director.
Previously he was music director and PM drive host at KCNL, San Jose, Calif. A 1995 Penn State graduate, he returned to Pennsylvania to attend Widener University Law School.
According to the Lancaster Intelligencer-Journal, survivors include his wife, the former Stacy Nale; an infant daughter, Magdalena; his parents Vincent and Patricia Kain of Pelham, N.Y.; and two brothers.
Kain’s funeral is set for later today at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Lancaster, with interment to follow at the parish cemetery.