Longtime Boston area radio personality enjoying his retirement
Longtime Duxbury resident Sean Casey has retired after over 40 years on the radio. He spent the past 8 years as the program director and afternoon on-air personality at WPLM-FM.
By Stephanie Choate
The Patriot Ledger
Aug 25, 2008
DUXBURY — He’s been a CIA subcontractor, a high-profile radio personality, a recording artist and a street-corner singer, but now Sean Casey has added retiree to that list.
The longtime radio show host retired in April, and said he has been enjoying retirement tremendously.
Casey was on the radio for more than 40 years, spending five of those years overseas as a CIA subcontractor during the early ’90s. He was involved in psychological operations during Operation Desert Storm, presenting the United States and allied forces in a positive light to the Iraqi people, he said.
He spent six months in London in 1990 and six months in Cairo, Egypt, in 1991. As for the rest, “I’m not allowed to talk about that,” Casey said.
Casey said he’s not really sure how he came to work for the CIA.
Casey was program director and an afternoon on-air personality at WPLM-FM for eight years before he retired.
“It was difficult (to leave radio), but I just felt that it was time,” he said. “I guess I was getting burned out, because I’d been doing it for so long. I’ve really wanted to do something else; I’m just not sure what it is yet.”
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