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Peter Marsh Retires From 96Three

Peter Marsh has retired from 96Three Geelong after 25 years of faithful service. He has been involved with 96Three since their second test broadcast in Lovely Banks in a converted cowshed on a farm in 1994 back when they were called Radio Rhema. He has worn many hats as he has been involved in a variety of roles starting as a volunteer presenter and finishing at the station as their Program/Music /Advertising Director. Peter has been with the station on a fulltime basis for around 13 years. Now retired, he plans to spend time travelling with his wife Ruth and pursuing his passion for aviation.

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