I started my Radio Career in 1962 as host of a weekly
"teen time" show. I joined the Air Force in 1963 and
spent 4 years in Europe. While there I attended the
London School of Broadcasting. After returning to the
states I attended Brown Institute of Broadcasting and
after graduation returned to the Lakes Area and worked
at several area stations.
I play the tenor sax, have been in several bands and
have called "The Swingin' Sertomans" home for the last
My "for fun" hobby is a `69' Nova, that I am restoring
from the inside to the outside.
The thing I like the best about my job is getting to
know by clients and their business and helping them
My wife Mary and I have 3 grown children and 3 lovely
granddaughters, and they really are the "light of our