Dori Monson's Wife Suzanne, Who Is She? 

Suzanne Monson, Dori Monson’s wife, is currently a freelance copywriter. She previously worked as a writer for The Seattle Times for about twenty years.

Dori Monson breathed his last on 31st December 2022 as a result of a cardiac arrest. He was under treatment at a hospital in Settle during the time.

Monson’s career took off working for KING-TV as a sports producer, and at the same time, he served KING AM as a sports reporter. But in 1994, he switched to KIRO- FM 100 due to the Pat Cashman Show changing stations.

Dori also worked for the Seahawks Radio Network, where he was responsible for  hosting the Hawk 


‘The Dori Monson Show,’ otherwise known as ‘The Big Show,’ was where Monson had spent 25 years being a radio host. This was his most top- top-rated in Seattle.

Who Is Suzanne Monson?

Dori Monson’s wife, Suzanne Monson at the moment is a freelance copywriter who, in the past, made considerable contributions to The Seattle Times as a writer.

In 1999, Suzanne started to work for the Seattle Times, where she was appointed to prepare Money Makeover features, which involved writing about the people of Puget Sound who were going through financial hardship.

Monson also wrote many features about consumer-friendly home-buying topics, which was a part of the New Homes Section in the newspaper.

Besides writing Money Makeover features and contributing to the New Homes Section, Suzanne was responsible for preparing accurate and engaging real estate features as she was also an advertorial writer.

In the past, for nearly ten years, Suzanne worked for the Shoreline School District as a College & Career Center specialist.

Monson Media was Suzanne’s own media firm which she started in 2010. This was where she used to develop original website copies and edit existing hard copies for law firms and real estate.

Being the wife of a famous radio host, Suzanne Monson often used to listen to her husband’s show, ‘The Dori Monson Show,’ to find out what he had been up to all day.

Suzanne also commented in an interview that Dori Monson was highly competitive and found it very hard to swallow if any other show rating-wise him rating wise.

Details On Dori Monson’s Family

Born in Seattle, Washington, Dori Monson’s parents were of Icelandic heritage. He was a student of Ballard High School, situated in Seattle, where he was brought up.

Both Suzane and Dori used to study at the University of Washington, where Dori was a play-by-play announcer, or in other words, the on-campus football broadcaster.

Suzanne, on the other hand, graduated with a B.A in Journalism and Communications from the same university.

The couple tied the knot in 1987 after being together for a few years.

Dori Monson used to reside in Lake Forest Park in Washington with his wife, three daughters, and their pet dog.

When Did Dori Monson Pass Away?

Dori Monson passed away on 31st December 2022 due to a cardiac arrest at the age of 61 in Seattle Hospital.

Despite facing health issues for a long time, Dori used to enjoy life and took pride in hosting The Dori Monson Show, also known as The Big Show, which was a political-based radio talk show.

In 2008 Dori Monson received nominations for the Radio & Records News/Talk/Sports Local Personality Of The Year.

Dori was also one of the five finalists in the National Association of Broadcasters Marconi award for the Large Market Personality of the Year category in 2018.

Dori Monson left behind his loving wife and three daughters.

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