After graduation life became an adventure, including some college, lots of travel and just learning to enjoy life. My education has been diversified to say the least attending several colleges and universities a few courses at a time and ending my formal education at Iowa State.
My occupations have been many, with the last 35 years spent in broadcasting
in one form or another. I have many things I love, my wife Chris, my daughter
Paula and my son Shad. I love also love Ames and Iowa. What I am and what I will
be is always grateful to the people and things that have surrounded my life in
this great part of the country we live in. The are a lot of things I've left out
but I'm sure we'll share more as you continue to visit this site.
It's a busy week end for this old guy and I wouldn't trade it for anything. The Iowa State/Iowa game has always brought a special adrenaline flow for me, most of the years I was involved in the television production of the game and now it's on the radio side of life. I will begin by being part of the FAC Rally at the ISU Alumni Center Friday at 5:30 pm, Saturday brings the opportunity to share some air time with my long time friend and colleague Cheryl Pannier on WHO Radio from 6-9a. Then I hop aboard the Motorcycle and head north for our KASI Tailgate Show at the Gridiron tent at 1 pm. At 3pm I get to do something this year I haven't done for 36 years, Tailgate, be a fan and go to the game as a spectator to yell my lungs out for the Cycones. No more setting on my hands being quiet as part of the press, hope to see you there....GO CYCLONES, BEAT THE HAWKS!