We have really sad and heartbreaking news for all the people who liked the famous Seattle radio host Dori Monson. He died recently at the age of 61, and we would like to send our deepest condolences and regrets to his family. May his soul rest in heaven.
He died on December 31, 2022. His cause of death is still unknown, but many reports say he had a heart attack two days before. He was born on October 2,1961.
He became an amazing radio host and worked for several stations over the course of his career. His parents were from Iceland, and he had a lot of Scandinavian traits.
and started playing football. But as time went on, Dori became more interested in talking about it as an analyst and broadcaster, so he took this course and started working for local radio networks. After spending many years in the local field.
He was introduced to the owner of King Broadcasting, and he started his professional career there. He later moved to many stations before settling at the Pat Cashman Show in 1994.
In 1995, he finally got his own show, which was mostly about politics. The big moment was when he set up an interview with President Bill Clinton against the conservative republicans because he wanted him to vote for him in the 2000 election.
People really heard him during the September 11 attacks, and they wanted to know his thoughts and what he was doing at the time. He also asked the Washington state Democratic Party chairman if he was a communist, and many people accused him of being biased against the elected government.
Later, he said that he had wanted to do most of his office analysis on wood boilers, but that was not possible because he was also very interested in the political geography.
During the coronavirus, when he was talking about policies and putting a person’s s*x on their birth certificate, he got a lot of attention. However, there is no scientific proof to back up his claims.
Later, in 2002, he joined Seahawk Radio Network and covered many National Football League games. He was also responsible for coaching one of the most successful teams in history, Washington State Girl Basketball, and won the Coach of the Year award.