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RICHARD ALLIGER passed away in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The obituary was featured in The Press of Atlantic City on May 4, 2013.

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My memories of Trader date to the 60's, when he created the Surf Inn. He was my best man when I married & I designed a lot of T shirts for him. What a wonderful story teller he was! And his humor and voice were spell- binding. He was a gentle & loving soul.. I remember his dinners - mystery meat, tons of white bread, his giant , homegrown zucchini & Velveeta in a casserole - few gourmands at the Surf Inn!
He bought & sold model trains, loved flea markets and book. I...

it seems like just yesterday, the vehicle was loaded up and we headed across country for another trip. rest in peace "old man alleger"

Thank you for showing a young "radio girl" the ropes. Our time at the radio station was something I looked forward to every week. You have left a legacy of music and memories for so many and you will be missed.

For nearly 50 years, we shared our careers and friendship. You were our political reporter at the Township Times, covering events in both Upper Township and Sea Isle City. And then you helped make memories spinning that mirrored ball in the Make Believe Ballroom at WWOC in Avalon. Together, we visited many of the recording stars you would feature in your interviews. My library is well represented with many of your treasured books and reference items, just as our hearts are filled with the...

Dick "Trader Al" Alliger has been a friend of my family's for more than 50 years. Along with my husband Larry, Dick's career in broadcasting paralleled one another throughout Southern New Jersey and by that association I benefitted by being his friend as well. Dick was a unique individual who shared his musical knowledge and his insights into the world of broadcasting and his great love of the history of recorded music. Through Dick's broadcasting contacts we had the privilege of...

I knew Dick when i lived in Ocean City...funny guy. My husband, Sandy Wilkie graduated GFS ..1952, with Dick. I lost Sandy 7 yrs ago. we moved here 18 yrs ago for climate & sailing. I bet both are playing music and telling stories!