Scotty

Scotty
On-air Time:
Q-Breakfast Club - 6 to 9 am
E-mail:
scotty[at]q90fm.com
Birthplace:
I think in Green Bay on my birthday, but I don't remember.
Education:
Graduated from Green Bay Southwest High School in 1977. I am currently in the continuing education for adults program (also known as LIFE).
First Job:
Yard work with my sis Terri, for my dad's friend (12 years old making $2/hour - which was a lot way back then)
Family Ties:
Wife Laura, Daughters Hannah & Rachel & Son Evan
Hobbies/Interests:
Electronics, home remodeling, pogo skate boarding (OK, so I'm just thinking about that one).
Guilty Pleasure:
No way! It's bad enough God knows.
Favorite TV shows/Movies:
Les Miserables, Narnia Movies, Star Wars Trilogy(The Luke and Leia Episodes), Jesus of Nazareth, and any Veggie Tales.
Pets:
Two dust bunnies I keep under my desk (very low maintenance). At home we have a dog (Dixon), & a cat (Fuffy [no l]).
Favorite Artist/Song:
Renoir, Monet, Norman Rockwell...plus Superchick and an unlimited number of other musicians
How did you end up working at the Q?
I took my van . . . but seriously folks, I volunteered in the summer of '93 because I owned a DJ service and I had on-air experience. I was hired full-time in September of 1994.
Favorite Bible Passage:
Romans 8:28 (remembering that it doesn't say that all things ARE good, just that all things "work for good..."), Genesis 1:26 (we are made in God's image), Mark 15:34 (Jesus took on every sin), John 19:30 (Jesus completes the work of salvation, not just his ministry).
My prayer for Q-90:
That everyone involved with the station will be within God's will in everything we do.
If you could add or change one thing to the Green Bay area what would it be?
A roller coaster at Bay Beach and overnight parking on city streets. Otherwise, this community is still a place of safety and, for the most part, morality - a good place to live.
Who did you want to be like when you were growing up?
At times, the six-million dollar man, Steve Austin (without the silly sound effects when I ran)
If you could meet one person past, present or future who would it be and why?
Jesus, for the obvious reasons of course. After that I'd like to meet Ronald Reagan, then Abe Lincoln.
If you were granted one wish what would it be and why?
For myself, I'm not sure granted wishes are good for us. In getting what we want we might miss something better that God has in store for us. Otherwise, I'd wish that God would have made me more disciplined and focused. I think of how much better of a person I'd be for Him, those I love and the world at large. This, in turn, would give me greater peace.
What was the last book that you read, and when did you read it?
I started reading the original Narnia books, but have most recently been going through the Charles Dickens books ($2.00 download for the entire library on my Kindle).
If you could spend a whole day with somebody famous, who would it be and why?
You mean, other than Jesus? If he were still alive, there are few people I would wish to have a day with more than Ronald Reagan. He became the embodiment of what we should all be as citizens of this country.
What's your favorite candy and soda?
Buffalo wings (What? I'm a guy - candy is low on our list of favorites). Soda? Make mine ice tea/lemonade - thank you very much.