Memorial held for late radio personality Doug Banks

Friends, family and fans gathered Saturday in Chicago to honor the life of local radio personality Doug Banks, who died last month.

The memorial was held at the Harold Washington Cultural Center on the South Side. The event was hosted, in part, by radio stations V103, 107.5 WGCI-FM and iHeartMedia Chicago.

Banks was also a contributor to ABC7's "190 North" show. Banks was on the radio in Chicago for more than three decades.

He died last month from complications due to diabetes and kidney failure.

Banks was 57.

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Doug Banks, who was a radio host at several stations, including Chicago's V103 and WGCI, and appeared on ABC7's ''190 North,'' has died from complications with diabetes. He was 57.

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