Hurricane Jerry



HOMETOWN: Beloit, Wisconsin
 
HOW DID YOU GET STARTED IN RADIO?
I graduated from Trans American School of Broadcasting in 1987 from Wausau, WI. My first radio job was doing weekends at WGEZ in Beloit. From there I landed the overnight/evening spot on WJVL from 1988-1991. I then moved to WMJB in Janesville and started out as Production Director in 1991 and left as Operations Manager in 1995. Took a 15 year break from radio and came back to WJVL in 2010.
  
HOBBIES:
I have a lot of hobbies!! I enjoy listening to music, collecting sports memorabilia, bird watching, hunting, ice fishing and catching walleyes in the spring on the Rock, Mississippi, Wisconsin, Wolf, and Fox rivers.
 
FAVORITE COUNTRY ARTISTS:
 I really don’t know where to start. I like everything from Waylon Jennings to Eric Church. Just don’t ever forget get where country music came from. God bless Roy Acuff and the Grand Ole Opry!
  
FAVORITE QUOTE:
There are two quotes I like…my Dad once told me failure is not an option. The other one, even though I’m a diehard Brewers fan. It came from Hall of Famer Ernie Banks of the Chicago Cubs…”It’s a great day for a ball game; let’s play two!”

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