Neil Rogers, South Florida's best known radio personality for more than three decades, died this morning, aged 68.
Rogers suffered two heart attacks and a stroke.
He had relocated from Toronto, back to South Florida - where he maintained a home in Plantation.
Rogers was a controversial voice on the airwaves, with his views against organized religions, deriding senior citizens and referring to South Florida as "an outdoor funeral home."
Until his retirement on June 22, 2009, "The Neil Rogers Show" aired weekdays from 10am-2pm on 560 WQAM.
Neil passed away at the age of 68 at the Vitas Hospice in Broward County.