Longtime Lubbock radio host Kelli D'Angelo dies - FOX34 Lubbock

Longtime Lubbock radio host Kelli D'Angelo dies

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Many listeners to 96.3 KLLL are mourning the loss of a longtime Lubbock radio personality. D'Anne Rampy, better known as Kelli D'Angelo had cancer.

Her colleagues remember Kelli as a woman who spent her life loving others selflessly, including her work with the Children's Miracle Network.

Kelli graduated from Monterey High School and attended Texas Tech. She started at KSEL in the late 70s, and was once named one of the top personalities in the country. Her "Wake Up With The Morning Show" was carried in Dallas, Austin, Chicago and San Francisco.

She returned to Lubbock in 2000 and has been on Mix 100.3 and 96.3 KLLL, including several years on KLLL's morning show.

You can celebrate her life 2 p.m. Friday at the Lake Ridge Chapel. 

In lieu of flowers, you can contribute to UMC's Children's Miracle Network, the Haven Animal Shelter or the Reach Community.

Kelli D'Angelo was 61.

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