Kristian Kropp is dead: radio size deceased at only 55 – dismay at the transmitter


Kristian Kropp died at the age of 55.

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Kristian Kropp, founder of bigFM and director of the RPR group, died after a short and serious illness. He was only 55 years old.

Hannover – "With dismay and much sadness, we announce that our former director Kristian Kropp died after a long and serious illness at age 55." This statement is on the pages of radios RPR1 and bigFM, both transmitters of the RPR. Group whose general director was Kropp.

In 2000, he was one of the founders of bigFM, the great TV presenter of Stuttgart, and made him famous. Since 2009, he has also led the RPR Group. Prior to bigFM, Kropp worked for Radio Regenbogen and Antenne Niedersachsen in Hannover.

bigFM and RPR1: "Kristian, we miss you"

"His passion for radio, his unlimited enthusiasm and his constant optimism will be scant," says BigFM and RPR1. "Our thoughts are with him and his family, Kristian, we'll miss you."

As early as March, the RPR1 family had to deal with one death. At the age of 48, popular presenter Torsten Eikmeier died completely unexpectedly. The cause of death was not disclosed.


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