We are deeply saddened by the loss of a beloved individual whose melodious voice resonated through the airwaves and touched the hearts of numerous residents in Indianapolis. Jerry Wade, affectionately known as “The Loverman,” has left an indelible mark on the community, creating a legacy that extends far beyond his tenure as a DJ. For those fortunate enough to have known him personally, his infectious energy, unwavering positivity, and unwavering dedication to his craft made him an idol and a pillar of strength. Throughout the years, his contributions to radio, particularly as the soothing voice behind “The Quiet Storm,” have brought joy and tranquility to countless listeners.
A True Legend and Pillar of the Community
We are deeply saddened by the loss of Jerry Wade, affectionately known as “The Loverman,” who was an incredible individual and made a profound impact on the lives he encountered. Our hearts go out to his family and the entire WTLC community during this difficult time. Jerry Wade was a true legend and a pillar of the community in Indianapolis. His infectious enthusiasm and unwavering positivity touched countless lives, leaving an indelible mark. As we navigate through this challenging period, our thoughts and prayers are with his loved ones and the entire WTLC community.
The Calming Voice of Indianapolis
Jerry Wade, a beloved disc jockey known for his soothing voice, has passed away, leaving Indianapolis in mourning. The 61-year-old radio icon’s death was confirmed by Indianapolis’ WTLC-FM radio station 106.7 on Monday. Wade, also known as “The Loverman,” hosted “The Quiet Storm with The Loverman Jerry Wade” for over 40 years, providing comfort and relaxation to listeners’ evenings from Sunday through Thursday. His impact went beyond the airwaves, as he left a lasting impression of warmth and friendliness on everyone he encountered. Indianapolis will miss his presence dearly. Stay tuned for further updates.