I never met Mr. Sposa in person, but I felt like I knew him from hearing him on the radio. I grew up about 60 miles from Richmond, but we could pick up WRNL well on our radio. Listening to Tony Sposa was like visiting with a friend (with music, news and commercials added, of course). He made listeners feel comfortable and welcome.
I learned of his death only yesterday. Hoping to expand Wikipedia's article on WRNL, I searched for Tony Sposa on the Internet, and this page was one that came up. I am sorry to hear of his death. His passing is a loss, but he leaves a great legacy from his radio days.