Jeff has been in radio for 28 years now and any moment, we figure he just might figure out what he's doing. He's been blessed to work in radio from Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada and of course, Utah. Most people have "jobs" but Jeff's philosophy is he Get's to go to work, he doesn't HAVE to. He genuinely loves broadcasting and cannot see himself doing anything else (he also has no other appreciable skills, so thankfully the radio thing has worked out). Jeff has a big family, being blessed with 3 beautiful and talented daughters along with 4 remarkably awesome sons and considers himself one of the luckiest people in the world. Jeff loves waking up Cache Valley with the help of what's-her-name...Loralee. It's a privilege getting to do what we do here and he is keenly aware that without you listening, the boss will fire him--with prejudice, so please, PLEASE, keep listening.
My humble beginnings in radio were as a fill-in weather reporter for the local country western station in Manti, Utah, KMTI. I would call from the campus of Snow College and give a small report of current conditions, etc., and was scared to death every time I was on the r.
After Snow, I continued my education at BYU, graduating in 1999 in Broadcast Journalism with an emphasis in television news. My first ‘real’ job was at FOX 13 in Salt Lake City, as an assistant assignment editor.
I married my tall, dark, and handsome husband in January 2000 and moved to Cache Valley. It was here that my roots sank deep. I will always consider Cache Valley home, even though I was born in Minnesota and raised in central Utah (Ephraim).
My days are kept busy with my tween twins, Wes and Kate, my blossoming not-so-little-anymore Sophia, and my all out rough and tumble caboose, Joshua. I love to read and research ideas about how to improve my family’s life, and seem to always be on some sort of kick about some-something.