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Jerome Burg

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Religion  Jewish
Spouse(s)  Janis Elaine Burg
Name  Jerome Burg

Born  August 2, 1935 (1935-08-02) New York, New York, U.S.
Died  May 13, 2004(2004-05-13) (aged 68) Scottsdale, Arizona, U.S.
Occupation  Financial Advisor, Radio Personality
Children  Harriet Bonner, Audrey Burg, Robert Burg, Stephanie Rykaczewski, Jeffrey Burg and David Burg
Parent(s)  Norman Burg and Ruth (Schkurman) Burg

Jerome (Jerry) Stuart Burg (August 2, 1935 – May 13, 2004) was a financial advisor and radio personality in the Arizona area, but was nationally known, appearing on network news programs such as 60 Minutes and being quoted in national publications, including USA Today and The Wall Street Journal.

Burg attended the New York Military Academy and Temple University, after which he worked in the insurance industry, residing in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. During that time he became the President of the New Jersey Devils hockey club. He moved to Scottsdale, Arizona in 1979, pursuing a financial planning practice. While working for the Acacia Group, he was a radio talk show host for more than ten years with shows on KFYI and KFNN, most notably KFNN's drive-time program, Money Talks.

Burg had a rare condition known as Multiple System Atrophy for seven years before his death.

References

Jerome Burg Wikipedia


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