Sandy Hoyt

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Sandy Hoyt (March 21, 1939 in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia – August 5, 2002 in Picton, Ontario) was a Toronto media and radio personality. He was morning host at CHFI-FM from 1978 to 1985. Hoyt also worked for radio stations in Chatham, Ontario, Kitchener, Ontario, CJCH in Halifax, CIGO in Port Hawkesbury, Nova Scotia and in Toronto at CFTR. [1][2]
In addition to co-hosting CIII-TV's annual broadcast of Toronto's Santa Claus Parade from 1985 to 1997, Hoyt also served as announcer on The $128,000 Question from 1977-1978, The Joke's on Us in 1983 and the 1986 revival of Split Second. He died of a brain tumor in 2002 at age 63. [3]

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