I was born and raised in Flint, attending Holy Redeemer High School, Mott Community College, and I have degree in Liberal Arts from the University of Michigan-Flint. I'm also a veteran of the United States Air Force, serving from 1968-1972, and an avid racquetball player that enjoys his workouts at Hurley Health & Fitness Center. I joined Cars 108 and work in multiple roles as Operations Manager and Program Director. I assumed the Program Director role for WQUS (US1031) in 2012.
Eat at Buffalo Wild Wings and Help the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Flint
If you're planning on going out for lunch or dinner this week, why not go somewhere that will help support a good cause at the same time?
Genesys Athletic Club Offering Coached Swim Workouts
Looking for some alternative workout methods this spring and summer to shed some of that winter weight?
Genesee Co. to Hold Public Meeting on Emergency Preparedness
Upset with the way things were handled in Genesee County this past winter during the snow and ice storms? You may want to check this meeting out.
Michigan’s Mackinac Bridge License Plate Named Best New Plate
The State of Michigan's new license plate featuring the Mackinac Bridge has been named as the world's best new plate.
YWCA of Greater Flint Looking for Gently Used Shoes
The YWCA of Greater Flint is looking for your old shoes during its month-long shoe drive.
GM Announces Student Corps Program Expanding to Flint
General Motors announced their Student Corps summer internship program will expand to Flint this year.
Anti-Bullying Tour to Make Stop in Flint
The Relentless Tour - a first of its kind anti-bullying initiative - will visit Flint on Thursday.
President Obama to Visit Michigan to Discuss Plan to Raise Minimum Wage
President Barack Obama plans to visit Michigan on Wednesday where he's expected to discuss plans to raise the national minimum wage.
Flint Police Clear 20,000 Warrants in Last Six Months
The Flint Police Department executed a warrant sweep on Wednesday morning and announced that they have cleared 20,000 in the last six months. Has it helped?
MDOT Offering Maps for Upcoming Road Construction Season
Even though we are all dodging potholes right now, we will soon be trying to avoid the dreaded orange barrels and road construction!
City of Flint’s Fitness Challenge Kicks Off Next Week
The City of Flint's 1st annual Commit to Fit! wellness challenge kicks off next week and encourages both Flint and Genesee County residents to practice healthy behaviors and also become more involved in their community.
Little Caesars Feeds the Less Fortunate in Flint
On Sunday, Little Caesars treated some of the less fortunate in Flint to a free, hot meal.