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Haskey’s Firm Will Close in Wake of His Death

Haskey's Firm Will Close in Wake of His Death

Western Wireless Works in Mesa, Ariz., will close following the death of Richard Haskey, its founder and owner, last week.
The cause of death was “accelerated natural causes,” according to company spokesman Peter Costantino. Haskey had been hospitalized for about a month.
Beginning in the 1960s, he was a telecommunications and broadcast consultant who also bought and sold new and used equipment. He later moved into studio and transmitter work, RF measurement equipment and custom audio design.
“He had a very big heart and was a gentle person,” said Costantino, a technician who worked with Haskey until his death.
The family made the decision to close Haskey’s company.