Mark was born near Liverpool, England. At the age of 8 he and his parents moved to the United States and settled in Rochester where he fell in love with radio! After climbing through the ranks at Klem Road North Elementary, Schroeder Middle School and finally Webster Thomas he studied communication at Houghton College. Most of his time was spent on-air at the college station, WJSL. Between shifts he interned at two radio stations in Rochester and one in Detroit. During his senior year he worked as a news reporter for a small network of stations in the southern tier. Mark worked for 102.7FM since 1998, working in production, programming, and on-air. Mark, his wife Christine, son Caleb, daughter Chloe, and dog Bailey live in Webster.
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Mark's Bits & Pieces
There were some cute Superbowl ads during the game this year but nothing that grabbed me. This is still one of my all-time favorite Superbowl ads. It’s been a few years since it aired but it stays
It’s remarkable that neither occupant of this car were seriously injured!
I’ve heard Darkest Hour is a pretty amazing film. It seems that, while filming, between serious takes, the cast had a bit of fun!
Holy smokes! My heart would be racing if I was this FedEx driver. He keeps his cool and, with the help of the CHP, makes it to a safe stop.
This is one talented monkey. Very funny!
This is such a great story about how 600 men in Dallas stepped up to assist middle school boys. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/billy-earl-dade-middle-school-dallas-breakfast-with-dads-asks-50-volunteers-600-a8146291.html
This tip could save you time chipping at your windshield in the cold.
Dogs Are So Happy To See Their Parents Again These dogs are reuniting with their moms and dads — and they're SO HAPPY to see them ❤️❤️❤️❤️ Posted by The Dodo on Saturday, December 30, 2017
This is what happens when you leave 600 packaged fireworks in the trunk of your car.
Happy new year! I hope it was a good start for you, but now you have to call Ringo and Barry, Sir.