(I thought I had responded to this earlier, but it looks like my post got lost )
Tim Keele was a dj on cfny back in the early 80's (he may have started earlier, but I only moved into the broadcast area in 1981). Then one day in 1982, I believe, he wasn't on air anymore.
I can't remember if he had a specific shift or if he was the swing guy on the weekends. But, like the other personalites back in those days, he was always great to listen to, and he seemed to have a great interest in the music that he played.
A search of the internet shows that he is still associated with radio somehow as he was a judge at the New York festival of Radio and Programming this year and he has also done a narrative for Nat'l Geographic on an episode called Catastrophe at Sea.
As for the rest of the story, he will have to fill in the blanks.
Mr. Keele, the floor is yours.