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Kapiti Crooner and Radio Personality Passes
January 16, 2018

Beach FM notes the passing of Dan Teka, popular broadcaster, crooner, and latterly Resident & Staff Support Officer at McKenzie Aged Care Group in Clear Island Waters, Queensland.

Mr Teka was a favourite on radio for seven years as an announcer at was then known as Gold Coast 94.1 FM from January 2008 to November 2014.
Mr Teka had also worked for two years at Australian Radio Network Brisbane 4KQ Classic Hits.
Speaking of his latest role he recently said his role primarily focuses on maintaining the physiological and emotional well-being of residents and staff throughout 15 facilities located in SE Queensland, Northern NSW, and Victoria.
He said I love my job! .... Every day is different...every challenge has its uniqueness ....every happiness that I can bring into the lives of our senior residents is immeasurable.
Along with his radio work Dan Teka was well known for his smooth singing voice, making several Television, stage and recording appearances.

 
Comments
Paul fm (Sound Promotions) (added 16 weeks ago)
Total shock, my friend rest easy, our fun on air in the community 1993 to 2007)will always be there. Sincere condolences to the family.
Carol Smith (added 18 weeks ago)
I am very sad to hear of your passing. I remember fondly of our day in the shop chatting about all things and you brought so much light and love to people, RIP missed.
Pat Foley (added 18 weeks ago)
So sorry to hear of the passing of Dan. Many years ago his family were my neighbours and they were so wonderful and welcoming. Kapiti lost a wonderful man when he chose to relocate. R.I.P. Dan. Sincere condolences to the family.
Carol (added 18 weeks ago)
RIP DAN enjoyed listening to you on the radio here on the Kapiti Coast and Brisbane. FLY HIGH WITH ALL THE MUSICAL ANGELS
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