Who is Mike Trivisonno's wife?

Who is Mike Trivisonno's wife?

October 29, 2021

MIKE Trivisonno made headlines in October 2021, after he tragically passed away at the age of 74.

He left behind a wife and three children.

Who was Mike Trivisonno?

Born September 20, 1947, Mike was known as an American radio broadcaster in Cleveland, Ohio.

He began his career in 1986, starting by being a frequent caller to Peter Franklin's sports talk show.

From there, his career with WTAM AM 1100 spanned three decades and he was awarded various accolades, including "Best Talk Show Host" and "Personality of the Year."

Mike was most famously known for his self-titled afternoon talk show, The Mike Trivisonno Show and for his charity work.

It was announced on October 28, 2021, that Mike had passed away but it remains unclear what his cause of death was.

Who is Mike Trivisonno's wife?

Since 2011, Mike had been married to Tami Trivisonno.

Tami is most famously known as Mike's wife but has managed to stay out of the spotlight over the years as not much information is available on her.

Prior to his marriage with Tami, Mike was married to his high school sweetheart, Linda.

Mike and Linda were married up until her tragic death in 2009.

At the age of 61, she had passed away after battling lung and brain cancer.

Throughout his first marriage, Mike also welcomed three children, Michelle, Michael and Anthony, however, not much information is available on what they're up to now.

What have people said about Mike's death?

Following the news of Mike's passing, many fans flocked to social media to pay their respects to the late shock jock.

"Although ‘The Voice of Cleveland’ has been silenced, his impact on Cleveland will be felt and heard for years to come,” WTAM posted on Facebook.

On Twitter, Cleveland radio host Anthony Lima later added: "Used to set up the boom box in the driveway to shoot hoops with Triv on after school. Called in many times. Was the BEST guy in town during the Browns move and held Cleveland politicians more accountable than anyone else. Still pretty sure he pranked our station from time to time."

Among Mike's tributes was also retired NFL star Bernie Kosar, who played for the Cleveland Browns from 1985 to 1993.

"Luv U Triv," Kosar wrote. "So Going To Miss U Brother."

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