Ken Maylath

Kenneth Allen Maylath, a veteran Baltimore broadcaster who had been host of "Conference Call" on WFBR-AM and was later news director at WCBM-AM, died of sepsis at <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORGHC0000034" title="Franklin Square Medical Center" href="/topic/health/healthcare/franklin-square-medical-center-ORGHC0000034.topic">Franklin Square Hospital Center</a>. The longtime <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100603100000" title="Parkville" href="/topic/us/maryland/baltimore-county/parkville-PLGEO100100603100000.topic">Parkville</a> resident was 75.<br>
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Above, Ken Maylath at the WCBM Studios in 1995.

( Jed Kirschbaum, Baltimore Sun / March 21, 1995 )

Kenneth Allen Maylath, a veteran Baltimore broadcaster who had been host of "Conference Call" on WFBR-AM and was later news director at WCBM-AM, died of sepsis at Franklin Square Hospital Center. The longtime Parkville resident was 75.

Above, Ken Maylath at the WCBM Studios in 1995.

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