Ron Sexton, best known for his role as “Donnie Baker” on “The Bob and Tom Show,” has died. At the time, he was 52 years old.
Sexton’s family revealed his death on his official Facebook page on Saturday morning. “To most of you, he was Donnie Baker, but to us, he was Ron and Dad,” according to the message. Please remember our family in your prayers and respect our privacy at this difficult time.
Fans and colleagues remember Ron Sexton fondly. “The Bob and Tom Show” host Tom Griswold announced on Facebook that Sexton died on Friday while on tour in Ohio.
Ron Sexton fondly remembered by fans, colleagues
Griswold said, “Ron was a beloved colleague and friend, and we will miss him dearly.” “We extend our deepest sympathies to his family and friends.” He brought joy to many people during his more than 20 years on ‘The Bob and Tom Show,’ and we will remember him with love and thanks.
“The individual in question is an Indianapolis native who has long been a fan of humor and baseball. They went to Franklin Central High School and worked as baseball commentators on the school radio station.
In 2005, Sexton’s character Donny Baker appeared on “The Bob and Tom Show,” where they told stories about their boat, which was usually for sale, and used terms like “State Law!” and “I swear to God.” Apart from celebrity impressions, Sexton also provided voices for characters such as Floyd the Trucker and Kenny Tarmac.