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11/10/05

Longtime Lubbock Deejay Retires

For many years, he was a voice on Lubbock radio, but Thursday, KLLL Deejay, Jon Steele, bid his listeners farewell.

The morning trio, Jon, Rick, and Leslie, entertained listeners for one last time Thursday. Their show has remained number one on Lubbock radio for the last 13 years. Steele attributes that success to his co-workers.

"Any type of domination and success which we have had for the last two and a half decades is a group thing, a chemistry thing. It takes sometimes years to develop," said Steele.

Jeff Scott will be taking over for Jon Steele. As for Steele himself, he's not quite sure yet what his future holds.

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