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Anthony ‘Domino’ Lini cause of death: Beloved Florida DJ dies at 61

Anthony Domino Lini cause of death—

Legendary Radio Host Anthony Domino Lini has passed away at the age of 61.

The musician, born Anthony Lini, died on Monday, Florida-based radio station 105.9 Sunny FM announced.

Anthony Domino Lini cause of death
Anthony ‘Domino’ Lini dies at 61

Anthony Domino Lini cause of death

On March 5, 2024, news broke that Lini sadly passed away the day prior.

105.9 Sunny FM shared the news via Facebook saying: “We are still in shock, saddened to our core with the tragic passing of our dear friend Domino yesterday,” the radio station wrote in a Facebook post.

“Our hearts are broken and we pray that Zoe finds solace in the memories of her amazing father who lived only for her since the day she was born.

“The world lost a legend yesterday – a sweet, funny, bigger than life man and heaven is a lot louder and a lot brighter today.

“Domino would only talk about two things, Zoe and radio. No professional in any field was more dedicated to what he did than him.

“It wasn’t a job for Domino, it was his life. Watching Domino with Zoe was an inspiration on what fathers should be like and we admire the incredible dad he always was.

“I, your co-workers and your listeners will always carry you in our hearts always. Rest easy my friend.”

A cause of death was not immediately disclosed.

Who was Anthony Domino Lini?

Anthony Lini, widely known as Domino, was a radio host born on August 3, 1963, in Burbank, California.

Growing up, Lini attended Rocky Mountain High School before studying at the University of Colorado Boulder.

Lini was also a father to a teenage daughter named Zoe.

In September 2023, Lini shared a tribute to her via Facebook saying, “Time for my tribute to my one and only on Daughter’s Day.

“She is the one I call my little peanut, the true love of my life…She is my Zoe!!!”

Where did Domino work?

In April 1989, Lini got a job as a radio host for New York’s Air 95.5. He remained in that position until May 1993.

Lini went on to work for Gannett Broadcasting before securing a position on iHeartMedia’s Texas station KHKS 106.1 from 1996 to 2003.

He then moved to Univision Communications’ 99.1 KFZO for four years from 2005 until 2010.

That year in February, Lini joined WOCL’s 105.9 Sunny FM in Orlando, Florida.

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