I am the Digital Content Manager for 95.3 WBCK and also am a news reporter and a contributor to the morning show. My broadcasting career began in 1999 and I have spent most of it in Michigan other than a year away in West Virginia. I was born and raised in the Kalamazoo suburb of Parchment. I married my wife Lacy in Las Vegas in 2006. We enjoy traveling, meteorology, aurora hunting, astronomy, music, movies, television and much more. We also enjoy the company of our cat companions Brutus, Stanley and Frankie as well as the serenity of our fish aquarium. I enjoy history, (especially local and Michigan related), among other hobbies. I am huge Western Michigan sports fan as well as the Lions, Tigers, Red Wings, and Pistons. I am a proud Xennial born in 1979 and sandwiched between Generation-X and Millenials. My outlook on the world is unique at the least. I'm an old soul with a youthful heart and an open mind.
Suspect Identified In ‘Fireworks Incident’ At West Michigan Church
Authorities in Ottawa County have released the name of a man accused of placing fireworks inside a church just hours before Sunday services were scheduled yesterday morning.
Undetonated Fireworks Discovered Inside Michigan Church Before Sunday Services
Grand Haven police officers were called to the St. Patrick & St. Anthony's Parish at 920 Fulton Street in Grand Haven just after 7:00 am.
When Do You Take Down Christmas Decorations? You’re One Of These Five Types
Opinions vary on how early you should put up Christmas decorations and so does how long after the holiday you should leave them up.
Two West Michigan Families Add Unique Twist To Christmas Caroling
A pair of West Michigan moms and their children have begun a unique new tradition to bring some Christmas joy to the residents in their small Allegan County community
Michigan State Police Participating In “Eyes On 94″ Operation Next Week
This multi-state effort will take place Monday through Friday next week.
Lost Class Ring Makes Unexpected Journey Back To Its Battle Creek Owner
It began when two teenage friends were walking down a road in Battle Creek kicking leaves around.
Michigan Volunteers Headed For California To Help With Wildfire Relief
As deadly wildfires continue to devastate large areas in the state of California, help is coming from all over the country, including Michigan.
Are You Prepared For A Major Michigan Winter Emergency?
With the winter season on the horizon in the Great Lakes region, citizens should make emergency preparedness a priority.
Health Officials: Two Reports Of Highly Contagious Measles In Michigan
State health officials are alerting the public to take precautions after two measles cases were confirmed in Michigan last month.
Michigan Reporter Fired For Profane Voicemail Message To U.S. Senate Candidate
A newspaper reporter from the Thumb-region has lost her job after an apparent mishap while leaving a message for U.S. Republican Senate candidate John James.
Remembering The Shocking Night One Of The ‘Righteous Brothers’ Died In Kalamazoo
On November 5th, 2003, legendary pop-duo The Righteous Brothers were scheduled to perform a concert in Kalamazoo at Miller Auditorium.
Michigan Man Believed To Be Oldest State Police Retiree In U.S. Dies At 107
Clarence Bonter, who was also believed to be the oldest living resident in Paw Paw, passed away over the weekend.