May he rest in peace!!

Former T.O. radio DJ found dead
Longtime Toronto radio personality Martin Streek has died.
Streek, who worked at modern-rock station 102.1 the Edge for decades, was found dead in his apartment yesterday. Foul play is not suspected, police said.
The news broke on an Internet message board post by David Marsden, who was a driving force behind of CFNY – the call letters of the station – in its early years.
It is believed Streek committed suicide.
According to Marsden’s post, Streek’s Facebook status was updated yesterday and read: “So…I guess that’s it…thanks everyone…I’m sorry to those I should be sorry to, I love you to those that I love, and I will see you all again soon (not too soon though)… Let the stories begin.”
As of 9 a.m. today, a Facebook memorial page set up to honour Streek had more than 800 members.
He was a victim of restructuring at the Edge. Both Streek and fellow station veteran Barry Taylor were let go in May.
Streek most recently hosted the station’s weekly countdown program as well as live-to-air broadcasts from the Phoenix Concert Theatre on Saturdays and Velvet Underground on Sundays.