Born in Port Arthur, Texas, and left for good after graduating from Thomas Jefferson High School then attended Sam Houston State University on an athletic pass, eventually earning a BBA, RAB, and CRMC. Became a Broadcaster on 25 October 1976. Worked for a decade in environmental marketing for a company that cleaned up oil and hazardous materials spills inclusive of many in-plant maintenance projects in the Lake Charles area from 1993-2003. Spent time on oil spills and hazardous incidents that made national news, including the anthrax cleanup at the Central New York City Post Office, following the 911 attack. Broadcasting and media were always my first love and over the years, I've broadcast in Beaumont, Houston, Denver and Lake Charles. Hobbies include small engine repair and vintage lawnmower restoration, woodworking, gardening, and Astros baseball.
GM Recalls 3.5 Million Trucks and SUVs for Braking Issue
Like Daddy always told me, 'it doesn't matter how fast you can get it to go, just make sure you can stop it". Brakes are important too.
Texas Shuts Door on Telemarketers Lifts 101 Year Brass Knucks Ban
If the callers really get obnoxious, you can also let them know that Texas just lifted the 101 year old prohibition of brass knuckles.
Five Things Not to Do on Work Computers; HR Can See Everything
As soon as he was back in his truck we had choice words about him and made up bawdy songs at his expense. But no one heard us but the trees, snakes and mud.
Lake Charles Teacher Arrested on Student Related Sex Charges
The teacher was allegedly having inappropriate contact with one of her ten-year-old students. The case is still under investigation and more charges are likely.
767 Cargo Plane Crashes Near Houston – Anahuac, Texas
The crash site is believed to be south of I-10 in the Trinity River where it spills into Galveston Bay.