Meet our staff...
God has blessed us with a faithful and dedicated staff. Here are the faces to go with the voices you hear on the air. Click on any picture for a larger version.
Curt Marker, Manager, and Beth Marker, part-time Bookkeeper. Beth began as bookkeeper in 1980, and works for a bank in Harvey. Formerly a general contractor, Curt began his career in radio as station manager in 1987. Curt has been on our board of directors since 1978, Beth since 1980. They have three married children and four grandchildren. They enjoy vacationing at their camp in Minnesota each summer.
Kathy Kantola, Executive Assistant. Kathy started working for the ministry in 1976. In addition to her office duties, Kathy takes her turn on the air weekday afternoons as she produces and hosts "Kathy's Kids Corner." Kathy and her husband John enjoy traveling in their motor home (purchased so they could take their two Cocker Spaniels, Bart and Bella with them) and walking the dogs daily. They also have a cat named Cleo. Kathy team teaches the Junior Sunday School class at her church, and plays the organ.
Larsen, Chief Staff Announcer & News Director. Andy began working for the ministry as a
part-time announcer in 1991, and was hired full-time in 1992. Since 1994, he
has been the weekday morning voice of Gospel Opportunities. Andy has been married
to his wife Peggy since July, 2005.
Norma Aho came on board with the ministry in 1985. She has been a favorite in the past on Saturday evening's "Request Time" and currently works some Saturday afternoons and fill-in when needed. Norma works full-time for Midwest Security Systems, Inc. of Marquette, a company which installs fire and burglar alarm systems throughout the Upper Peninsula. Norma lives in Ishpeming with her feline companion Maximillian. She teaches the Primary Sunday School class at her church, and is currently President of the Women's Missionary Fellowship.
Sue Goodwin began her radio career in 1993. She works Sunday afternoons, and can be heard occasionally on weekday afternoons, giving Kathy some well-deserved time off. Sue and her husband have 2 married children and five grandchildren. In her free time she enjoys quilling (a paper craft,) reading and gardening. Sue enjoys working for WHWL because she likes the music she gets to play, and the opportunity to minister to listeners.
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