James Larner dead: James Larner cause of death – obituary – tributes
- Date of death: September 2, 2020
- Age: 74 year old
- Cause of death: died in a fall from a radio tower
How did James Larner die?
James Larner, of Bangor, Maine, has been identified as the victim in a fatal radio tower plunge in Knox County Wednesday afternoon.
Larner, 74, died in a fall from a radio tower in Union Wednesday afternoon.
James Larner, 74, of Bangor worked part-time as an engineer with us at NEWS CENTER Maine.
“Jim was a lot of fun, always happy to talk, share a story. A smart, hard working, real Maine guy. One of those people the audience never sees, but whose work was critical to them being able to watch TV for many, many years,” NEWS CENTER Maine’s Don Carrigan wrote in an email to NCM staff.
James Larner Obituary, funeral arrangement, any GoFundMe page
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James Larner tributes
Family, friends and loved ones of the deceased have taken to their social media pages to share tributes, kind words and prayer.
Our best wishes and love to the deceased’s family and friends.
Paul N Melissa Higgins wrote;
Have known Jim for a lot of years. Earliest memories of him always included him climbing towers for my dad’s ham radios. Will never forget his red hearse….my mom hated that being parked in the driveway. RIP Jim.
Judy Horan wrote;
He worked for us for many years, most recently in a part-time capacity. Jim was 74. I know that he was a loving husband and primary caregiver for his wife. Jim loved talking about his granddaughter, too. He is going to be missed as a co-worker and friend.
Mark Parent wrote;
Jim started working for WLBZ in 2003. He was full of funny stories, a master of sarcasm and an all around good guy. I’ll miss saying, “Good morning, James!” that always came with a hearty return of “Good morning, Mark!”
Terri Brewster wrote;
I’ll miss our early morning talks about his work, his wife, daughter and granddaughter. He was such a hardworking man and I am so sad to hear this news. He will be missed.
Nathan Tinsley wrote;
Here is a great pic of Jim standing in front of his beloved WLBZ Transmitter Building at Ryders Bluff. Jim was faithful and reliable and always answered the call whenever he was needed. And his sense of humor was all MAINE and all FUN! Engineering will miss him terribly.
Kelly Slater wrote;
Jim and I shared January for WLBZ birthdays. Very nice man.
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