I began my broadcasting career in the summer of 1979 after graduating from Trigg County High School working for WKDZ.  My first solo on the air was on July 4, 1979. I attended Murray State University and graduated in 1983 with a bachelor’s degree in Communications with an Accounting minor. 
I have worked for WKDZ, WKMS, WHOP and WHVO radio stations in various capacities for over 30+ years.  I have done play-by-play work for Christian County, Fort Campbell and Trigg County sports over the years and currently am the public address announcer for Christian County football, basketball and baseball games.
I have served as community services coordinator for Western State Hospital in Hopkinsville since 1998.
I enjoy sports and am a fan of the Murray State Racers, Cincinnati Reds, Tennessee Titans and Nashville Predators. 
You can join me midday weekdays and Saturdays 3-7 PM on WHVO. I would love to meet you at some of our many community broadcasts!
I am a member of the Kiwanis Club of Hopkinsville and served as president in 2007-2008.  I am a member of Edgewood Baptist Church.  My wife Kathy and I, reside in Hopkinsville and have one son, Will.
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