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KSST lost a partner today.

Mike Norton

Mike Norton

KSST lost a partner today.

Michael J. Norton passed away Thursday July 23rd, 2015.

 

Michael J. Norton was a part of KSST’s 68 years of broadcasting in Hopkins County.  Mike developed the station’s website, KSSTRadio.com, from scratch.  He also sold advertising for the station, and gave his input on any topic that came up. Mike also took photos and wrote articles for the website. Mike was a devoted family man, and was kind to everyone.


A North Dakota native, Mike always joked about how Texans thought it was cold here.  He almost always had a tumbler of cold coffee in his hand or in the console of his pickup.   He loved a good Reuben Sandwich. We will miss you Mike.

 

For those who knew Mike well, this image and text sums up his attitude for most things.wolfy

Author: KSST Webmaster

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