PHOENIX - A Valley radio personality has died after coming down with flu-like symptoms while visiting the Tampa Bay area over the holidays, according to a Florida TV station.
ABC15's sister station in Tampa, Florida reports that Stephen Seravalli, known as Deejay Trauma, passed away in Phoenix some time Saturday night into Sunday.
ABC Action News reported Seravalli was a well-known DJ who worked in Tampa Bay at WiLD 94.1 from 1999 to 2008.
On his Facebook page, Seravalli listed Power 98.3 in Phoenix as the most recent radio station where he worked, ABC Action News reported. Phoenix-based Riviera Broadcasting spokesperson Marc Young confirmed Seravalli's passing, but had no further information. ABC Action News has not confirmed the DJ's exact cause of death.
Seravalli's public Facebook page has been flooded with condolences and memories from friends
According to Brett Funeral Home in St. Petersburg , visitation for Seravalli will be held at the funeral home at 4810 Central Ave. on January 22, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., including a "celebration of life" at 5 p.m.
Seravalli was born in Long Island, NY, on Nov. 8, 1974.
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