Radio lost one of its greats today as Chicago legend Larry ‘Superjock” Lujack passed away at the age of 73. The former WLS and WCFL star had been battling esophageal cancer.
— phil_rosenthal (@phil_rosenthal) December 19, 2013
— Michael Damsky (@michaeldamsky) December 19, 2013
Friend, team mate, inspiration, & role model. Just received word my buddy Larry Lujack passed away. Too young, too soon.
— Fred Winston (@FredWinston) December 19, 2013
@RobertFeder I can't tell you how many of us got in the business because of Larry Lujack. I'm numb.
— Eddie Volkman (@EddieVolkman) December 19, 2013
Larry Lujack was an incredible talent, a sensitive, caring gentleman. He was meticulous, a pro who understood everything was in the details.
— Dave Martin (@martindave) December 19, 2013
So sad to report that Larry Lujack passed away today. Superjock lost his battle with cancer at age 73. He was SUCH an inspiration 🙁
— Jeffrey T. Mason (@JeffroShow) December 19, 2013
Legendary Chicago radio voice Larry Lujack passed away. As a kid in Chicago he was the king..comedy genius. Animal Stories with Uncle Lar.
— Paul Pabst (@PaulPabst) December 19, 2013
— KROQ's Bean (@clydetombaugh) December 19, 2013
— Lise Dominique (@LiseDominique) December 19, 2013
Larry Lujack passed away. WLS-AM Chicago radio legend….his book "Superjock" is one of my all-time favorites. pic.twitter.com/51udED4vsP
— Jason Taylor (@JasonTaylor1979) December 19, 2013
I got sent to the principal in 2nd grade for repeating something I heard Larry Lujack say on WLS to my teacher. My truest radio idol. RIP.
— Jack Shell (@JackShellWYCD) December 19, 2013
This is exactly what Larry Lujack had to do in 1976 when WCFL threw in the towel. The sarcasm oozes from this clip: https://t.co/Cd3ZMSuehv
— Charlie Meyerson (@Meyerson) December 19, 2013
Farewell, Superjock > WLS Musicradio 89 – Rodney Dangerfield & Larry Lujack (1981) http://t.co/r8wy0BQRAD
— Bernie Cicirello (@ChicagoBernie) December 19, 2013
— Mike Popovich (@mpopovichREP) December 19, 2013