Favorite Television Shows
I Dream of Jeannie
My parents were married in Grants Pass,
Oregon in 1957. I was born six years
later in Washington DC, where my dad was stationed in the Army. My family moved back to Grants Pass when I was nine
months old. I attended New Hope
Christian School while in Kindergarten. When
I was six my dad decided to move our family, along with my new sister Kari, north
to Alaska. We lived on a floating logging camp where all the men were
loggers, all the women were homemakers, and all the children were taught in a
single classroom by one teacher. I was
catching Salmon and Halibut by the age of six. To pass time, our family would walk the shores
around our island to observe bears rummaging in the dumps. I enjoyed watching beavers build their dams and
picking wild Alaskan cotton. On Sundays, we would pile in our boat and explore
small islands, inlets, glaciers, and hunter cabins. It was a peaceful lifestyle. The peace was shattered on the day my dad
was killed in a plane crash; I was 8 years old.
My mom, still pregnant with my youngest sister, moved our family back to
Grants Pass; life went on.
I am the oldest of three girls. I am married to Wendell Stark. We began our lives together in June of
1984. We have four grown children and thirteen grandchildren; we
currently raise three of them. I began working for KAJO in March of 1991;
I signed-on to our FM station for the first time at nine A.M. July 4, 1993. I
call it my God-job. I love what I
do! You will find me on KAJO from 6AM to 10AM each weekday and KLDR from 10AM to 1PM.
May God richly bless you, guard and protect you. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Peace!