L. Stanley Wall, owner of WLSW (103.9 Scottdale) and WQTW (1570 Latrobe) has died at the age of 78. In addition to the stations, Wall was the producer of dances and concerts at various venues and had recently been emcee of a show at Seven Springs. No word on the cause of death nor funeral arrangements just yet.


3 thoughts on “In Memory: L. Stanley Wall

  1. I wish to express my sympathy to the Wall family at the death of Stan Wall. I used to listen to Stan Wall when he was a deejay at WHJB in Greensburg. He used to have a show from 8 to midnight, with oldies at 9. It was very popular!

  2. Stan will be remembered by Oldies lovers within WLSW’s listening area for Musicpower 104 and it’s line of free form DJ’s. May this legacy continue as a lasting tribute to a great radio man who I had the pleasure of meeting and talking with on the phone. My deepest sympathies to his family and loved ones.

  3. Stan Wall was a true “radio Guy”. Not many did what Stan did, that being, from DJ to owner of two radio stations.
    As most know, he was the father of WLSW, signing on an FM station when MOST people wondered what was
    I talked to him one time, and he told me it was tuff times for an advertising standpoint..but Stan hung tuff and
    come the early 80s, things improved.
    The Best to all of Stan’s Family Circle.
    Ed Sherlock
    WSDE-AM LITE 94.3 FM

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