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Another Veteran WWE employee has passed away at aged 72 after a long battle against Parkinson’s disease.

He was the iconic legend that did voiceover work for WWE from 1995 to 1999 and was famous for his iconic baritone voice passed away, aged 72, at his home on Tuesday afternoon following a long battle with Parkinson’s disease.

A graduate of West Virginia University (WVU), Jim Fagan’s baritone voice carried him through a glittering career in voiceover announcing and sports production.

An active alumnus of the University and a past president of the WVU Alumni Association, Jim was also a member of the Order of Vandalia, WVU’s highest honour. Jim is now survived by his wife, Jamie (Dina), his daughters, Risa Koonin and Jana Joyce along with his grandchildren, Zachary and Spencer Koonin, and Maya and Aidan Joyce.

Jim Fagan did voiceover work for the WWE for many years. His voice was featured on several WWE (then WWF) video promos, packages, intro segments and the like. Fagan’s iconic voice became synonymous with WWE’s segments in the 90’s.

One of the most iconic voices in the voiceover world, Fagan has now passed away after his battle with Parkinson’s disease. His last rites have been completed by members of his family.

Jim’s memorial service was held earlier today, from 11 AM to 1 PM at the McHoul Funeral Home. A celebration of Jim’s life was conducted at 1 pm.