He was a standard with me all during my teen years. Jack Pinto was without a doubt one of the Trenton area's best disk jockeys. His morning radio program on WBUD was my constant companion each morning as I made my way to my dead end job at the Trenton Bearing Company on North Olden Avenue. I would stop at "Floyd's Diner" on North Olden Avenue near E. State Street, pick up a cup of coffee and a donut and ride along with Jack and his alter-ego "Cheery the Gremlin." Jack went on to try a stint in the big time with WNEW in New York, but didn's stay long. He returned to WBUD and it was great to have him back. It was my privilege to interview him on my "In Focus" television program on TKR cable back in the 1980's. He was a complete joy to talk to. I found him to be a very spiritual man who described the joy of being in the studio at WBUD each morning and watching a new day dawn. For him, it was a spiritual experience. We lost a great radio person when Jack left the business. Coincidental with his leaving was the arrival of the "music" we are listening to today in order to satisfy that 18 to 49 demographic who prefer screams, yells, fireworks, strobe lights, et al. . Easy listening music was moved to the music grave yard.