My Tribute To Ron—The Voice Of Reason

by Doc Orman, M.D.

Two years ago yesterday, on December 19, 2011, Ron Smith (1941-2011), a popular Baltimore radio talk show host passed away from pancreatic cancer.

Ron was an ex-Marine who had been a fixture on Baltimore TV and radio for almost 40 years.  Since 1985, he hosted a radio talk show where he became known  as “The Voice Of Reason.

I was a fan of Ron and his show, especially because I felt he demonstrated honesty, compassion, and critical thinking skills that were worthy of both respect and admiration.

Earlier this year, I wrote a series of three blog posts about Ron, about how special I thought he was, and about how I and many other loyal fans still miss him.  I also expressed my opinions about how his penetrating thinking skills could be a model for how to think in ways that might reduce our stress.

On the two-year anniversary of his death, I encourage you to read all three of these posts, which will give you some idea of who Ron was and why he was so loved.

Here are the links to each of those articles:

Stress, Truth, And The Voice Of Reason—Part 1

Stress, Truth, And The Voice Of Reason—Part 2

Stress, Truth, And The Voice Of Reason—Part 3 

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