WIREGRASS, Ala. (WDHN) — Phil Parramore, a longtime Wiregrass sports writer and WDHN broadcaster, died Thursday night at the Dale Medical Center. He was 62.
The Ozark native spent his distinguished career in a variety of news mediums, including the newspaper industry, where he worked at the Dothan Eagle. He was also a radio talk-show host who worked at WOOF-FM and spent time at WDHN as a sports anchor.
Paramore was honored by the Alabama Associated Press Broadcasters Association 15 times for his biting editorial and satirical commentary on sports. During his career, Paramore also hosted his own two-hour program on his own network, the Phil Paramore Network.
The celebrated sportscaster was a graduate of Ariton High School and graduated from Auburn University with a degree in journalism and speech communication.
Funeral arrangements will be announced by Holman Funeral Home in Ozark.
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