Niagara Falls-born Maureen McCutcheon started as a receptionist but eventually was given responsibility for the daily commercial schedule (log) and was recruited to voice some local commercials. In 1969, two years after he left CJRN to work in Toronto, she and Bud Riley married. After signing with Toronto talent agent Jo Penny, she began a career as a model and started doing TV commercials and other media projects.
Click here for Maureen's print ads.
Video and Audio clips from www.rockradioscrapbook.com and private collections of Doug Thompson, CHUM Archives, Charlie Ritenberg,
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This Gazebo in Mather Park is the most popular spot in Edmonton for wedding photos.
In 1966, John asked Bud Riley to conduct a photo shoot of him and his wife at his home in Chippewa. Click here to see some of the results.
Wayne Maclure Obituary in The Standard
Weslyn Mather died on November
22, 2015. See Obituary for Weslyn
George's son Kent Matheson has worked in Radio for several years (since 1999) and has held several positions as well as morning show host (2008 - present) on the Moose radio chain CKLP FM in Parry Sound, Ontario.
Angie Gudgin was the CJRN receptionist after Maureen McCutcheon. A few years later she joined The Niagara Falls Review newspaper in the advertising department. She later transferred to The St. Thomas Times Journal.
Angie Gudgin-Bertasson died in St. Thomas on November 6, 2020.
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Don Gordon was known as "Trader Don" after establishing a feature titled "Trading Post" in which he invited listeners to buy and sell used items on the air. On the side, Don managed and taught radio at Career Academy in Niagara Falls. When he left CJRN, he hosted the afternoon show at CHSC in St. Catharines, Ontario. After several years there, Don moved down to L.A. and from there he went to Hawaii where he is presumed to be living in retirement.
Joe was the featured guest speaker at a Sports Dinner in Orillia