Tim Homer

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Tim Homer
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Homer (left) with English singer Ozzy Osbourne (right) in 2013
Born1973or1974 [1]
Died (aged 43) [1]
Spouse(s)Corinna Homer
(Until his death in 2017)
Children3

Timothy John Homer (born 1973or1974 [2] [1] – 6 August 2017) was a New Zealand radio personality. [3] [4] His last role in radio was assistant content director at The Sound. [5] Before this, Homer had worked previously with ZM, Kiwi FM and More FM. [6] [7] [1]

Homer died unexpectedly on 6 August 2017. [8] [9] [10]

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References

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