LEWISBURG — Hall of Fame Yankee pitcher Whitey Ford, who died Friday at 91, was a stockholder in the Lewisburg radio station in the late 1960s, according to Jack Boehmer of Delaware, who worked at the station at the time.

Former New York Giant defensive back Dick Lynch was also a stockholder in the station.

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