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Vale, Haydn Sargent
4BC News: Long-time 4BC Mornings announcer Haydn Sargent passed away this morning at the age of 77.
Sargent's daughter, Leisa Sargent, tells station management that he passed away peacefully after a long illness.
Listen: Greg Cary with Sally Chester-Law.
Listen: Greg Cary with Hayden Sargent celebrating 4BC's 80th birthday.
Haydn was one of the driving forces behind the establishment of Radio Lollipop in Brisbane. In 1989 he initiated the first combined Brisbane radio stations fund raising event and through his efforts helped raise over $100,000 in just one day!
This funding meant the sick children in Brisbane could enjoy the benefits of Radio Lollipop for the last 22 years.
On their behalf we thank Haydn. One of his legacies will be the many, many smiles of sick children in hospital in Qld.
Chairman, Radio Lollipop International
Really sad to learn of Hayden Sargent's passing away. Ever since our arrival in Australia in 1975, we tuned to 4 BC daily inter alia to listen specially to Hayden. He was a no nonsense commentator who won our trust on so many issues that we valued in helping us to settle well in a new country. Our deepest sympathies to his family and may he rest peacefully in our Lord's favour.Gus Nathan Tuesday 15 April, 2014 - 9:27 PM
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regularly!Lewis Saturday 18 May, 2013 - 6:43 PM
Every morning for years I turned on 4BC to listen to Haydn. I often rang in. It made my day so much brighter, I hardly noticed the housework I'd got through while listening to you. My radio never left my side, so much so it fell in the washing machine twice. Thanks Haydn, you made a difference to so many people.Norma Kawak Monday 18 March, 2013 - 10:24 PM
To an amazing, compassionate & generous man.As a past teacher of Kenmore State High School if anything needed support & printing Haydn did it As President of the P&C his leadership was invaluable & he also saw the big picture. In my own personal life, he gave me invaluable support & advice when I lost my husband to cancer. We shared a few literary quotes. Thank you Haydn & may you rest in peace.VALE DEAR FRIEND!,Marge Breitenbach Sunday 24 February, 2013 - 2:38 PM
On behalf of the family I would like to thank all of Dad's listeners and colleagues for the contribution that they made to his life. Such a rich and diverse one. In particular we have always been grateful, as was Dad, for the kindness and generosity that 4BC management gave us particularly when he was so unwell. Such kindness is never forgotten.Jennifer Sargent Wednesday 20 February, 2013 - 12:47 PM
I go back even further than the Brisbane listeners. Hayden was captain of Wollongong High School in 1954 and also a member of the boys' debating team that won a prestigious competition at the time.He was gracious enough even then to thank the girls' team for the very in school competition we gave them prior to their win.He was a mature leader and a friend.Val Dolan Monday 18 February, 2013 - 10:20 AM