William (Bill) Coward, 72, on Sept. 18. Coward enjoyed a long career in telecommunications starting at CKY-AM Winnipeg and then spending 30 years at CBC Radio One Winnipeg in Master Control. Coward also worked for Winnipeg Enterprises, starting in 1975, in the audio/video departments at Winnipeg Stadium, Winnipeg Arena and was a part of the transition to new venues Bell MTS Place (MTS Centre) and Investors Group Field. “Uncle Bill the cable guy” as he was nicknamed, enjoyed working with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, Winnipeg Jets, Manitoba Moose, Winnipeg Goldeyes, and other amateur sport groups who used the facilities.
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