Meyer began his career in radio in 1976 in Omaha, NE
at KFAB with Lyle Bremser and is now our General Manager/Managing
Partner for stations KHUB, KFMT, and KBLR. He graduated
from college with a Bachelor of Science degree, majoring
in Television and Radio with a business minor. Del is responsible
for operations, programming, sales department positions
and hiring personnel.Del and his wife Lee (both graduated
from Columbus High School in Columbus, NE) reside in Fremont.
He served for our country in Viet Nam on a 8” self propelled
artillery piece. He takes it easier now, enjoying water
skiing, snow skiing and fishing.
Reker is our Promotions Director/Advertising Consultant
and is a Fremont native who has been with KHUB/KFMT/KBLR
since 1998. He creates and oversees all of the station’s
promotions and sales packages as well as managing and developing
our personnel.Barry has served as President of John C Fremont
Days, Inc., Promotions and Public Relations Director on
John C Fremont Days Board of Directors, served on the Fremont
Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, member of Jessie
Benton Fremont Chapter of Izaak Walton League, Member of
F.O.E. aerie 200. Barry also plays the role of General John
C Fremont during John C Fremont Days. He and his wife, Kerry,
have three kids Nathan, Emma (who are stepchildren of Kerry’s)
and Joslyn. They enjoy riding motorcycles, fishing, camping
and many other outdoor activities.
Walz started his career at KHUB/KFMT in the 1980’s and
after five years he moved to big city radio where he worked
as a Production Director and Sports Producer. He returned
to us in 1997 when he moved back to Fremont. Chris hosts
the Gold 105.5 Morning Show is a Senior Account Executive
and Managing Partner for Community First Media of Nebraska.Chris
has been married to his wife Lynne for 25 years. They have
two sons, Adam and Patrick who are both attending college.
His daughter Emma is in the 5th grade.
Parker joined our team in March 2010 as an Advertising
Consultant. Earnie has been in the sales industry for
many years with expertise in a variety of industries.Earnie
served as a Helicopter Pilot & Commander, serving two tours
in South Vietnam in the Army. He was a Helicopter Pilot
with Huey 1-D model gunships and also the Chinook troop
transport. He was awarded Bronze Star , Silver Star and
Purple Heart. He graduated from Texas A&M with a degree
in Biology, and received his Master’s degree from Oklahoma
State in Biology and Education.Earnie and his wife Linda
have two children, Gary and Sara and five grandchildren.
He enjoys fishing, watching professional football and NASCAR.
Thor has been with KHUB/KFMT/KBLR since October of 1999.
She has had several positions over the years as board op,
part time personnel supervisor and trainer, administrative
Assistant and now as Office Manager. Jennifer has been married
for more than 17 years to her husband, Chris and they have
a son and daughter. As a family they enjoy all things Disney
and are usually either at Walt Disney World or planning
their next trip. Jennifer is also the President for the
FHS Speech and Debate Boosters Association.
Price was born and grew up in Lincoln, Nebraska. When
he decided to get into radio he went to school at Brown
Institute in Minneapolis. In the years since he first started
on the air, he worked in Lincoln, Huron, South Dakota, Omaha,
Hot Springs, Arkansas, back to Omaha and now in Fremont.
Matt has a beautiful wife Stephanie son Jay and one on the
way. Matt loves all the Husker teams, especially the football
team. Matt takes pride in keeping the community up to date
with what’s happening in local and national government and
will always lend a helping hand to the local charities.
Ray is in his 18th year as a play-by-play broadcaster
and station Sports Director. Ray began his career at KHUB
in 1995. After spending 1996 at KJAM in Madison, South Dakota,
and 1997 at KTTT in Columbus, Nebraska, Ray returned to
KHUB in 1998 and has been here since. Ray has been recognized
for his play-by-play work by numerous organizations. He
was named the 2009 Nebraska Coaches Association Media Person
of the Year. The Northwest Broadcast News Association has
recognized Ray with two First Place awards for Small Market
Play-by-Play in a six-state region of the United States
in 2011 and 2012, plus an Award of Merit in 2012, as well.Ray's
most memorable broadcasting moment was calling the anchor
leg of the Fremont High 4x400 relay at the Nebraska State
High School Track & Field Championships in 2005. The finish
gave Fremont High the Class A State Championship, unseating
Kearney High School's 13-year consecutive State Title streak.Ray
is a 1990 graduate of Blair High School (Blair, NE) and
a 2010 graduate of Midland Lutheran College, with a bachelors'
degree in communications and a minor in coaching.Ray has
been married to Stacy (Bottger) Ray for 13 years. They have
two boys, Brock (12) and Jacob (11). The Rays' reside in
North Bend, Nebraska.
Flittie’s broadcasting career began during high school
in Brookings and Sioux Falls, SD, and continued through
his college years. Bob’s full-time career took flight at
KELO in Sioux Falls in both radio (news and DJ) and TV (news
anchor and weatherman) in the 1960’s. Career moves took
him to Rapid City, SD, at KOTA Radio/TV, Watertown, SD,
at KWAT-AM, and WNAX in Yankton, SD. Bob fell in love with
The Big Red when he moved to West Point, NE, as News Director/Operations
Manager at KTIC in the mid-90’s. Following a short-lived,
earlyRetirement, Bob joined the on-air staff at KHUB/KFMT/KBLR
in Fremont in 2005, where he handles the daily Noon News
Hour, “News The Way I See It” at 5:20 each afternoon, and
is known for his avid, experienced attention to weather
events affecting the broad listening area.