Len Goldberg, who grew up in Brooklyn NY, came to Cleveland in the late 1960s and became part of the WMMS team that skyrocketed the station to national prominence in the 1970s. Among other functions, his was the voice that announced you were listening to "The Home of the Buzzard." He also was part of the No. 1 morning drive show, the "Buzzard Morning Zoo," with Jeff Kinzbach and Ed Ferenc during the 1980s.
The recent book, "Cleveland Rock and Roll Memories" lists Goldberg as one of the city's notable Rock and Roll DJs of the 1980s. He is survived by a daughter, Becky Goldberg of St. Petersburg Florida.