Reginald Eugene Utley, one of L.A.’s heralded gospel deejays, passed away from a heart attack this year, leaving thousands of ardent fans that he had accumulated in his 50+ years on the airwaves. He was 69-years-old. Utley made a lasting impact in L.A. known by many handles such as “The Gospel Ambassador” and “The Demon Slayer,” he began his professional gospel radio career at KGFJ and went to worked at KMAX, KACE and KTYM. Utley also served as a TV program announcer for several Badami Productions’ shows including “Gospel Music Presents” and “African American Short Films.” In addition, he was the creator, producer and host of “Gospel Newsbreak from Hollywood,” which aired on BET’s “Dr. Bobby Jones Gospel Show” as well as served as the news anchor for The Gospel Network.