January 18th (Capricorn)
Married? Yes! 15 Awesome years to Rochele
Children: 2 Daughters: Krystal and Klea
Broadcast History: I’ve been in radio for 21 years. I started out in Dayton, Ohio. Had the chance to work at the Legendary WEBN in Cincinnati and was more than willing to move to Tampa 11 years ago to play radio.
Community Involvement: I’m heavily involved in both my daughter’s schools. I’m a member of the school’s “Dad’s Club” and I have volunteered for their Read Aloud Program of which my wife is the chair person, I also particiapte in the "Great American Teach In' every year...
All Childrens Hospital is near and dear to my heart. Having been a fund raiser and a Dad of a patient, I can not say enough about the very special people that work there and help all of our kids.
Interests outside of radio: Other than my family, cars are my passion! I love all things automotive, especially old street rods and muscle cars. I’m currently in the process of restoring my Z28 Camaro. I’ve had it since I was a senior in high school and was fortunate enough to hold on to it all these years. You can usually find me at the local Cruise Ins and Car Shows and I’m always at the big events at Bradenton Motorsports Park. I really like the “Street Legal” drags. Anything else you want to know, just ask!
You know me...I love cars....all kinds.
Found this article on things that are starting to disappear from vehicles...and yeah..technology is changing our cars...maybe that's why I like the classics so much.
Photo: Norm - this is my car before I got some work done to it. Antenna, emergency break and keys!!!
Check out the list.
1. Keys. Cars now come with keyless entry and "start" buttons
2. Crank windows....pretty much any NEW car has automatic windows now.
3. Long antennas. They've been replaced by shorter, more compact antennas that can also handle GPS and telephone signals.
4. Manual transmissions. They'll never go away COMPLETELY. But more people are buying automatics because the price difference isn't as big as it used to be.
5. Emergency brakes. They're being replaced by an electronic feature called "hill hold,"
(CNN) <---------Read More HERE