Helloooo! Welcome to MY PAGE! My own little chunk of the World Wide Web. It's very exciting.
My career started while in college at a little Top 40 station in Clare, Michigan (the Gateway to the North). Not only was I a weekend DJ, but I was also the station janitor. No kidding! I did what was needed to break into the biz, even if it included scrubbing toilets.
After Clare, it was on to Saginaw, Michigan, a decade in Kalamazoo (yes, there really is...), north to Grand Rapids, and then south to Greenville, where I'm excited to take over afternoons on MY 102.5!!!
I met the love of my life in Kalamazoo at a wine festival. Kelcey told me on that first night: "You'll never meet a girl in Kalamazoo." Apparently not... that night! But I won her over with my charm, wit, and a great deal of wine. We married in September of 2001. She's my best friend.
Born: Troy, Michigan
Wife: Kelcey Carlson, anchor/reporter WRAL-TV
Pets: Dog- Phil Stubbs!
Kids: Two! Charlie, born in 2007, and Kellen, born in 2011
If the key to your happiness is money, then go where the money is...
The dating site SeekingMillionaire.com says the odds of finding a millionaire in New York is better than finding one in Cleveland. But you probably already knew that.
Here are the ten places to go to find single millionaires:
For those of you that have dated rich, would you recommend dating a wealthy guy?
The American dream may be on life support, but it isn't dead. Here's some encouraging news -- close to 80% of wealthy Americans, and we're talking multi-millionaires here, made their wealth through hard work and risk. Most got wealthy by starting their own business.
So once they become millionaires, what do they do with their money? It depends how old they are! A Fidelity survey found that Gen X and Gen Y millionaires are much more charitable with their earnings than Baby Boomers.
On average, Gen X and Y millionaires give $54-g's to charity, while Boomers donate $12-grand.