DJ Super Snake, a well-known Phoenix radio personality, died at the age of 61. His demise was verified by his family on Saturday morning.
What is the cause of DJ Super Snake?
His family issued a statement thanking the community for its support.
“We are devastated by this unexpected loss,” said his family in a statement. “Snake had a way of making you feel like he was everyone’s best friend.” Because he was much bigger than life. We will continue to commemorate Snake’s legacy while also requesting privacy at this time. Thank you to everyone who has offered assistance.”
Who was DJ Super Snake?
Super Snake was a Valley radio staple for decades. He was born in Phoenix and attended Pepperdine University before starting his radio career in San Diego. Super Snake relocated to the Valley after working in Houston, Dallas, Philadelphia, and San Francisco. Super Snake was a prominent radio DJ on Phoenix’s Power 92 in the 1990s.
The iconic host was well-known for his trademark laugh and vibrant attitude. His broadcasting career stretches back over 40 years. He began in San Diego and traveled to Houston, Dallas, and Philadelphia before returning to the Valley.
On the old Power 92 in the 1990s, he was a household name. He joined Hot 97.5 and Hot 103.9 last year, bringing his charm back to local radio. Unfortunately, he had planned a large New Year’s Eve party in Scottsdale for Sunday night.
DJ Super Snake: Obituary
Fans of the DJ have expressed their grief in the aftermath of his passing.
“We’ve received phone calls from folks who claim to have grown up listening to him. They adored his upbeat demeanor, his sense of humor, and his boundless energy. “Just seeing him in the Valley with his long rolled-out super snake,” Huero added.
Many people remembered him as gregarious.