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He did a split shift on CHUM's original lineup, not unusual for radio in those days, with shows in afternoon drive and late night.Nordheimer was the only original CHUM jock still on the station's lineup into the 1960s. when he was replaced by Bob Mc Adorey in August 1961.

There has been a fivefold increase in the number of policies sold within the last decade, and around 1.2 million people own one.

James Daley, founder of Fairer Finance, said: ‘The combination of a fast growing market fuelled by high pressure sales to a potentially vulnerable customer base is creating a perfect storm.‘A growing number of customers are likely to be let down when their plan is claimed on – with some funeral plan providers passing on significant extra costs to the families.‘And there is a concern that client money is not always being adequately looked after.

Salesmen – often working for telesales companies – are bombarding households with nuisance calls.

The research has estimated that up to six million people over the age of 50 have been contacted, with around a third of those feeling they have been pushed into taking out a plan.

The products allow people to put money towards the cost of their funeral when they die, either in a lump sum or monthly installments.

With funerals now costing an average of £3,900, the market is booming.

Stone died May 1, 2008 at the age of 94, less than a year after making his final radio appearance at the CHUM 50th anniversary reunion.

Nordheimer was at CJCS Stratford, Ontario, prior to CHUM.

Ladd continued as CHUM program director until May 1958 when he was replaced by Allan Slaight.

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