We call him "Farmer" Art.
Down, Set...Hutt-hutt! No, I mean "Fore"! (Duck!) The coach is back...Tuesday mornings 7-9AM
I am originally from Harrison, New Jersey on the west side of the Hudson River. My husband and I drove west in the late sixties and lived in San Diego for 30 years. I moved to Sequim in 2000 and am part of the “old guard” at KSQM. Music has always been a major part of my life. I am thankful for the privilege of announcing at KSQM. Listen to me on Monday and Tuesday from noon to three. You won’t be disappointed!
Doris, (Pictured above with "Tiny"), aka "The Jersey Girl" takes no guff from nobody! Mondays and Tuesdays from Noon to 3. Be sure to listen for the Afternoon Matinee. And be polite. And watch your grammar!The Jersey Girl has been a KSQM Announcer since 2009.
Ed is a veteran news broadcaster with 32 years experience as a radio and television news reporter before coming to KSQM. He served as the Chief of the State Capitol News Bureau for KIRO TV in Seattle (1980-91), Executive News Producer and weekend news anchor at KHON TV in Honolulu (1977-80) and weekend anchor and state capitol news correspondent with KOMO Radio and Television in Seattle (1968-77). After his career in broadcasting, Ed pursued a career in the ministry. He served as pastor of First Congregational United Church of Christ in Vancouver, WA (1996-2006) as well as Interim Pastor at Blaine United Church of Christ (1995-96). Ed and his wife Carolyn retired to Sequim in 2006. He has been serving as the News Director of KSQM since July 2012.
Fred is one cool dude!
A relative new-comer to the PNW, I’m delighted to call Sequim home. I’m also a newbie when it comes to working at KSQM, as well as a newbie announcer here. I never thought I’d be in front of a microphone! The folks here at KSQM are an amazing bunch, generous with their talents, time and energy.
I began my working life in the US Air Force, and retired in 2015 from being a history professor. Along the way I worked in telecommunications, real estate, banking, medical equipment rentals, accounting, air operations and other areas. I taught English and American studies in France for several years, and go back whenever I can. Travel? Oh yes: France, Germany, the UK, Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, Italy, Greece, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, Ireland, Norway, Russia, Singapore, Okinawa, Hawaii, Uganda, Egypt, Kenya and the Galapagos. I love history, animals of all types, gardening and books. I’m a glass artist and paper crafter, and I love learning.
Join me Thursday evenings between 6 and 9, and Friday afternoons 3 - 6PM...right here on KSQM 91.5!
Scotti Ducati represents the perfect mix between high performance, versatility, and agility.
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Tune in Friday evenings at 6PM and Sundays from 9 to Noon.
KSQM Volunteer Since 2011 The “Friendly Ted Osborne” is simply the friendliest person you’ll ever meet. Hence his name. Tune in Thursdays at 9PM for “Awake at Night” and Fridays at 9PM for a “Three Hour Tour”. You will be utterly charmed!
Announcer, Radio Room Engineer, Music Programming Hi there, I’m “Wild” Bill Hegarty. I am generally found in the KSQM broadcast booth on Sundays mornings (7-9) and Wednesday evenings (6-9). I also fill in at other times when needed. I enjoy a fairly wide range of music, both instrumental and vocal. On my watch you will hear Big Band music, marches, popular music from the 1920’s thru the 60’s, Viennese waltzes, jazz, folk, music from Broadway and Hollywood productions, and music generally described as Easy Listening.I grew up in Kansas City, attended University of Kansas, and have lived on the west coast for some 50+ years. A resident of Sequim since 2003, I have been a KSQM volunteer since 2009.
Dick Goodman is a gentleman and a scholar...(or is that a geranium and a schooner?) Can't say for sure. Tune in Muffin Mondays, Waffle Wednesdays, and Fritter Fridays from Nine to Noon. And don't forget the maple syrup.
Born and raised in Portland, Oregon, Dorothy moved to California in the late ‘60’s where she started her thirty year career at Lockheed-Martin. After retiring, Dorothy and her husband, Izzy, moved to Sutter Creek, CA, where they built their dream retirement home. Four years of hot summers persuaded them to consider a move to Sequim, WA. Dorothy Zapata has been a KSQM Announcer since 2008, and is heard every Thursday and Friday afternoons from Noon to 3.
Dorothy’s Doo-Wop Drive-In is heard on KSQM every Saturday afternoon at 4PM and Tuesday evening at 9PM…and can now be heard on KBYS 88.3FM, Lake Charles, LA
Florence Larsen has been a KSQM volunteer since 2010. You can listen and laugh with Florence every Monday and Tuesday afternoons from 3 to 6PM. Florence is also a Clallam County Master Gardener and helps direct and produce “The KSQM Master Gardener Program”, heard on KSQM Tuesday mornings at 11:40 and Friday evenings at 6:40.
Southern California gal with a great love for mountains and the sea, so Sequim is a pristine place to be! Owned and operated my own skincare business for 20 years. The surprise of a lifetime is the opportunity to be a Volunteer Announcer for KSQM Radio and recording our Military Veterans! i also produce Linda's Latin Quarter, heard Wednesday afternoons at 3:15 and Friday evenings at 9PM.
Mark Schildknecht, KSQM Volunteer Since 2009, created The Morning Show…(M-F 7-9AM). For over five years he was joined by his adorable wife Diana every Friday for “Fritter Friday”. The two hour morning program is currently hosted by a mixed stable of KSQM regulars,..but Mark and Diana still own Fritter Friday! The program features The Highway 101 Report, Ferry Reports, The National Weather Service Weather Forecast, and The Pet Report. The eight o’clock hour also includes The KSQM Morning News with Ed Evans, and Chuck Bolland’s “Sports Commentary”.
I grew up in a very musical family. My Dad was in Vaudeville and my Mom was in a popular quartet and have always loved the music of the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s and beyond. I get such a thrill out of sharing my stories of a 30 year career as a stewardess and meeting so many of the artists and stars with our listening audience.
“Sunny” Sue Eliot has been a KSQM Announcer since 2011, and can be heard every Saturday and Sunday from Noon - 3PM.
Western Pennsylvania native from Beaver Falls, PA. Yes, the same hometown as “Broadway Joe” Namath. They say that variety is the spice of life. My lifetime of “spice” includes careers as a steelworker, career soldier/firefighter, Park Ranger at Mt Rushmore, as an Emergency Dispatcher at Tripler Army Medical Center, Hawaii. To go along with variety of careers, Tom and his wife Cindy moved 8 times in a 20 year Army career and followed that with 2 years of fulltime RVing.