Eliot Case was an Emmy Award winning broadcast engineer who contributed to significant advancements in speech concatenation, microphone technologies, audio/video compression and directory assistance. He was granted over 30 patents in his career during his time at KUED, KMGH, USWEST, EchoStar and Technicolor.
Eliot attended Highland High School in Salt Lake City, UT. At 16, he started to work with musician Nyle Steiner to build several hundred Steiner-Parker Synthacons used by Earth Wind & Fire, The Doors, Pink Floyd and Frank Zappa. Eliot was known to friends and family as warm and intelligent. He had a great sense of humor, and was always there to help and teach.
Eliot died at the MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio on Sunday, January 22, 2017 after an 8-month battle with Burkitt's Lymphoma. He was 56 years old.
Eliot is survived by his wife, Suzan; daughter, Amber Case; mother, Joanna Case; and brother and sister, Tom and Judy. His ashes will be spread around the world by his family.
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