Longterm St. Louis radio personality on 105.7, Jeff Burton, 52, dies of Cancer

Longterm St. Louis radio personality on 105.7, Jeff Burton, 52, dies of Cancer

Jeff Burton was a longtime presence on the St. Louis airwaves with 105.7 The Point, passed away Monday around 17 months after being diagnosed with prostate cancer.

Jeff Burton, a longtime St. Louis radio personality on 105.7 The Point who bravely fought cancer for nearly a year and a half, died Monday.

Burton bravely fought cancer for nearly a year and a half and died Monday. He was 55. In a message on Facebook, the station said it was “devastated to share that … we lost our beautiful friend and colleague.” “Everyone here at 105.7 The Point loved and appreciated Jeff for innumerable reasons—his kindness, his comedy, his generosity—to just name a few,” the station added. Burton, who was diagnosed with prostate cancer in March 2021, remained to appear weekly on “The Rizzuto Show” until July 1.

“The last time he was on the radio with us was a week ago Friday,” the show’s namesake, Scott Rizzuto, informed listeners on July 11. “The avalanche of people asking, ‘How’s Jeff? How’s Jeff?’ That’s the number one question we all get. The answer is usually, ‘Jeff’s hanging in there.’ … He hasn’t been doing great the past few of days, the past week.”

Rizzuto read a Facebook post from Burton’s wife, Juli, in which she said the disease had spread to her husband’s entire body. “He will not be stable enough to receive any additional therapies. We’re literally out of alternatives,” she wrote. As Rizzuto began reading the article, the show’s two other hosts—Tony Patrico and Moon Valjean—became very emotional. “I’m not a praying guy, but I’ve been praying for Jeff every day and hoping for a miracle,” Rizzuto added.

“I don’t think Jeff is coming in anymore.” For seven months in 2021, as Burton lost his hair from the effects of chemotherapy treatment, he wore a hat advertising a St. Louis business that made a donation to Kids Rock Cancer, a program at Maryville University that helps children cope with the emotional challenges of being diagnosed with cancer. Through his “Man Of Many Hats” campaign, Burton raised more than $35,000 for the organization.

Jeff Burton Age, Family, Early Life

Jeff Burton was 55 years old. He holds an American nationality and he belongs to a white ethnic group. Thus, his actual born date and Zodiac sign are not known.

jeff burton family

There is currently no verified information about Jeff Burton’s parents.

Jeff Burton Wife, What about his Children?

Jeff Burton married Juli. He was survived by two children Abby and Casey.

Jeff Burton Career, What was his profession?

Jeff Burton, a longtime staple on the St. Louis airwaves with 105.7. Burton had been in radio since the mid-1980s. “‘The Rizzuto Show’ and our whole crew will be remembering Jeff in the coming months, but for now, we ask that you simply keep Jeff’s family in your prayers and remember the guy who contributed so much to our station and our community,” the station said on Monday.

“He will actually live eternally because of all he’s done,” Valjean, the show’s co-host, remarked.

How much is Jeff Burton Net Worth?

Jeff Burton has not made his financial information public. Therefore, determining his net worth is difficult.

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Which school and college did he go to?

The high school Jeff Burton went to or the university he graduated from are all under review. This, we can assume that he completed his education in his hometown.

Is he available on any kind of social media platform?

Jeff Burton is available on Instagram and Twitter. He has 23,3K+ followers on Instagram and 18.8K+ followers on Twitter.

Physical Appearance of Jeff Burton’s Height, Weight

HeightNot Available
Hair ColorBlonde
Eye colorGrey
WeightNot Available
Body typeFit
Sexual orientationStraight

Interesting facts about Jeff Burton’s should be knows

NationalityAmerican
EthnicityWhite
Zodiac signNot Available
Relationship StatusMarried

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