Dick Hawley (born December 6, 1924 in New York City; died January 29, 2004 in Memphis, Tennessee) was a radio and television announcer, most remembered for his long association with WMC in Memphis, Tennessee. For two years beginning in 1948 he announced for WSGN-AM and WSGN-FM. He called games for the 1948, 1949 and 1950 Birmingham Barons.
Before coming to Birmingham, Hawley was a bombardier instructor and an announcer for WHIS in Bluefield, West Virginia. He was a graduate of New York University, where he earned his degree after graduating from Erasmus Hall in Brooklyn, New York.
- "Dick Hawley, WSGN And FM To Bring You All Baron Games" (March __, 1949) The Birmingham News - accessed via Birmingham Rewound.
- Birch, Joe (n. d.) "WMC-TV legend Dick Hawley dies at 79". WMCTV.com
- Dick Hawley and Jane Segal hosting "Action News 5" (September 29, 1993) on YouTube.com
- Richard G "Dick" Hawley at Findagrave.com