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Saturday August 29, 2015
IN THE MORNING

 


BERWICK FOOTBALL

 


A MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR

 

WHLM People

Joe Reilly

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Cary Pall

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Mark Williams

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Jim Doyle

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Andy Ulicny

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Gary Danish

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On-Air Schedule
Saturday 08:00am - 10:00am A Magical Mystery Tour with Gary Danish and Joe Sweet

Joe Sweet

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On-Air Schedule
Sunday 12:00am - 02:00am A Magical Mystery Tour with Gary Danish and Joe Sweet

Curt Stellfox

Curt Stellfox

Home: Catawissa
School: 1978 Southern Columbia Graduate
1979-1980 Penn State (Wilkes-Barre) Communications
Starting Point guard in Basketball both years.

Radio:
1979 WHLM Sports Intern,
1980-1981 Overnight D.J.
1981-1982 WKZN Kenosha, Wisconsin, (Sales)
1982-1983 WWMC Mifflinburg (Morning Drive Sports Talk)
1983-1991 WHLM Mid-day, Afternoon D.J. Sports, News, Sales
1984-1990 Hosted the Friday Football Final

Coaching:
SCA (Football) 1998-2007 Head Coach JR. High 1992-2006
Varsity Assistant with the offense 1994-2007 was a part of 17 District Titles and 6 State Championships

SCA (Basketball) 1985-2009 Varsity Head Coach 2002-2009, 117-72 record, 3 State Playoff Appearances, 2006-2007 District-4 “AA” Champions

Quote:
“Jim Doyle was my high school English teacher and got me interested in Broadcasting.”



Ben Willis

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Raven Kline



Larry Hopper

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Irene Rife

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Mario Jordan

At a young age I knew music was in me. I played in a few bands before recording at the Scepter record studio in New York and went on the road up and down the East Coast. After I came back from the road I jumped from job to job, which always separated me from music. None of those jobs were rewarding, but I still kept playing my music. After a time, I was introduced to Larry Hopper through a friend and in turn he introduced me to Joe Reilly - the owner of Newsradio WHLM & Classic Rock 103.5. Today, I'm still playing in a 70's show band called 70's Flash Back, and, I'm part of the WHLM sales team where I still feel close to the music I love. I have the best of both worlds.



Christian Stackhouse



David Fetterman

I was born and raised in Bloomsburg and graduated from Bloomsburg Senior High School in 1986. In my opinion, the 80's produced some of the best music and of course, we listened to WHLM to get the latest hits. After graduating High School, I went to Pittsburgh where I attended and graduated from the Art institute of Pittsburgh with a degree in Commercial Graphic Design. I worked in the graphic design field for several years before jumping into my first sales gig in high technology. For over 15 years, I worked with several companies including 3-com, Nokia, IBM, Avaya and Cisco. Each opportunity offered a new skill set to further my sales career.

In 2012, I moved back to Bloomsburg to be with my family and return to country living amongst the fine folks of Bloomsburg and the surrounding areas. Upon my return, I first worked in the advertising department of the Press Enterprise before starting my career in Radio advertising with WHLM.

In my personal life, I have had many adventures that have taken me around the world and back. Each experience making me the person I am today. As a kid growing up in Bloomsburg, I was a Boy Scout earning the rank of Eagle Scout. I also found an interest in the Martial Arts as a young lad which has influenced my life greatly. Meeting people from all around the world. My journey has taken me to Japan several times to train with some of the most renowned martial arts masters. In the last 25 years, I have reached the rank of 10th degree blackbelt in Budo-Taijutsu/Ninjutsu, The rank of Shoden in Muso Ikken Ryu Battojutsu (Swordsmanship) and most recently obtained my Instructors license in Personal Protection Measures. A program devised to help everyone and anyone to survive an attack, protect themselves, evade and escape any given situation.

I enjoy composing music, riding motorcycle and videography in my spare time, which there never seems to be enough time for. Since moving back to Bloomsburg, I have rejoined my Scout troop assuming a leadership role. In 2016, I will be leading a 12 day trek in Philmont, New Mexico, a scout ranch in the rugged back mountains reaching elevations of 12,441 feet.

My daughter Ashley, who I adore, admire and love with all my heart is currently following her dreams in Virginia. My Family is everything, there is nothing more important. I am fortunate to be blessed with the best.



Eve Steransky



Nancy Reilly

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