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Dick Ulett

Dick Ulett’s air work on St. Louis radio stations began in 1966, and over the next two decades he worked at seven different stations under his own name and the airname of Tom Marshall.

Ten years into his career he built a recording studio in the basement of his Clayton home, which evolved into Clayton Studios.

He left broadcasting to run his business but remained actively involved in efforts to gather and preserve St. Louis radio history.

Through his operation of the studio, Ulett’s voice continued to be heard on radio and television spots, and dozens of spots produced at Clayton Studios went on to win local and national awards.