Broadcasting Giant Ken Squier, Sign Offs at 88

A Silent Mic: Legendary Commentator, Ken Squier, Bids Adieu

The NASCAR community dimmed its lights on Wednesday evening as SiriusXM Radio’s Dave Moody announced the passing of the beloved Ken Squier. At 88, Squier left behind an unmatched legacy in motorsport’s narrative.

“I grieve for the loss of my dear friend and lifelong mentor, but rejoice in the fact that his pain and struggle are over,” expressed Dave Moody on his Twitter account, signifying the immense respect and admiration Squier commands among his peers.

Previously, Squier had entered hospice care following a series of health challenges, as revealed by his daughter Ashley Jane Squier on WDEV Vermont Radio’s Facebook Page.

An inspiration to many, including Moody, who shared fond memories of the late Squier during an event at the New England Racing Museum, the racing community will feel Squier’s absence profoundly. Go through the complete story for a deep dive into Squier’s illustrious life and career. [Click Here]

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