Photograph of Wayne CoyBorn in Shelbyville, Albert Wayne Coy had an early career with Indiana newspapers, then moved into governmental positions at the state and federal levels. President Truman appointed Coy chairman of the Federal Communications Commission in 1947, a position he held for five years. He then joined Time-Life Broadcasting and managed KOB Radio & TV in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He died of a heart attack September 24, 1957, about six months after becoming general manager of the WFBM stations in Indianapolis.