Video: KSL Sports Live Honors Legendary Broadcaster Steve Klauke

Jun 13, 2024, 10:52 AM | Updated: 11:41 am

Longtime Salt Lake Bees and Weber State broadcaster Steve Klauke has passed away at the age of 69.

The soundtrack to 30 years of professional baseball in Utah, Klauke was an anchor in the Beehive State’s sports community. A three-time Utah Sportscaster of the Year recipient (1995, 2014, 2016), Klauke was named Ballpark Digest Broadcaster of the Year in 2014.

“Steve was one of the best voices in sports, and he was a dear friend,” said Marc Amicone, former president, Salt Lake Bees. “I will cherish the countless hours we spent together at the ballpark where I got to watch and listen to him do what he loved so much. We wish Sue, Adam and Lisa peace and comfort during this time.”

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Video: KSL Sports Live Honors Legendary Broadcaster Steve Klauke