First off, I'm a man of faith in God, I love people, and I love what I do. Whether I am at a concert, a local fundraiser, or a 'Live-On-Location' broadcast I get to meet listeners. I am also a huge music fan and I am crazy about new music as well as the old classics. One of the blessings of being on the radio is spending time with you and learning about the needs of our community. When I'm not at the radio station, I enjoy spending my free time with my beautiful wife, my five wonderful daughters, and three awesome sons. I've been a Boy Scout all my life, therefore I believe we all need to spend more time in the great outdoors camping and enjoying quality time together. Mostly though, I am the happiest when I'm on the radio. As I have always said, "I love to live in Abilene and I live to love Abilene."
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