I received my first record player when I was 2-years-old and knew right then that music would be a big part of my life. My mom would turn on the radio every morning before she'd put on the coffee. Today, with all my blessings including 2 wonderful children and a successful morning show, I still wake up each morning to hear the music. Radio is the only job I ever wanted, never has anything else ever crossed my mind. In February of 2016 my daughter was diagnosed with leukemia. She is now in remission but the battle continues. Her strength and attitude motivate me everyday of my life. She is our family's hero.
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