An announcer familiar to Utahns through many years on the radio airwaves died Sunday in his East Millcreek home.

Barry Moll, 33, was the afternoon drive-time disc jockey for KRSP-FM (Rock 103) and also served as the station's music director. He apparently died in his sleep, according to a Salt Lake County sheriff's report.An autopsy was performed, but the cause of death has not yet been determined.

Mr. Moll began in radio at age 16. He worked at KRSP from the mid 1970s until the early '80s. He also worked at KNAK, KCPX, KTOU and KLZX, where he was known as the "Biggest Jazz Fan." He returned to KRSP in December and worked on the air from 2 to 7 p.m.

Mr. Moll is the son of former Channel 4 news anchor Allan Moll, who is now a deputy attorney with the Salt Lake County attorney's office.