Host of “Good Mornings!”
Chris returned to his first love, radio, in June of 2002, after a 5-year hiatus. Among his prior radio stops are Bellefontaine, Lima, and Cincinnati, plus mornings and afternoons at sister-station WKXA. Chris also writes a syndicated morning show preparation report that is published monthly. Chris is married with two children.
Doug Jenkins joined the staff of WFIN in November of 2010. Prior to coming to Findlay, he was the News Director for WIMA in Lima for five year, winning several AP Awards. Doug’s primary duties include anchoring the morning news on WFIN, WKXA, and 106.3 the Fox, and running the day to day operations of the newsroom. He also serves as the “Voice of the Titans,” providing play-by-play for Ottawa-Glandorf football and basketball on the Fox. Doug is a graduate of the University of Findlay, and ran the campus radio station during his time as an undergrad. When not on the air, Doug enjoys spending time with his wife and three children.
With the station for over 14 years, Chris Miller is a graduate of Norwalk St. Paul High School and Bowling Green State University. Chris’ broadcasting career included a stint in television before he returned to radio upon his hiring at WFIN. Chris’ duties include morning sports anchor on WFIN and sister station WKXA, as well as play-by play of high school and youth sports on Your Sports Authority, 1330 WFIN. Chris lives in Findlay with his three children: Katie, Ashley, Aaron.
Kelly Greene started at WFIN in January of 1991 as the afternoon personality when WFIN had a country music format. Kelly was Program Director of WFIN when it made the change to the current News/Talk format, and has been hosting The Phone Club since September, 1995. Kelly has added radio sales to her duties in recent years, selling advertising for WFIN and our sister station WKXA, specifically her own program. Kelly lives in Upper Sandusky with her husband John.
Farm Services Director/Special Event Coordinator
Vaun Wickerham has been the Farm Services Director and a salesman at WFIN since 1990. He is a graduate of Bowling Green State University with a degree in marketing/advertising. Before coming to WFIN, Vaun spent 5 years at the Courier and 5 years as Information & Education Specialist for the Hancock County Soil & Water Conservation District. A past president & board member for Findlay Youth Baseball (8 years), he is a member of the Hancock Leadership Alumni Association. He is also active in numerous other community activities and organizations. Vaun and his wife Deb have two children and live in Findlay.
Gus began at Blanchard River Broadcasting May 31st, 2011. He spent the lion’s share of his career at WFOB in Fostoria. He began his radio career at the tender age of 15 while attending St. Wendelin High School in Fostoriaâ€¦thanks to long-time Fostoria radio personality Gene Kinn and Former Fostoria mayor Ken Beier. While attending Bowling Green State University he worked as an announcer at PBS station WBGU-TV. Gus graduated from Bowling Green State University in 1984 with a B.A. in communications. Prior to joining Blanchard River Broadcasting Gus had an indirect connection with WFIN in that the first radio personality he ever met and saw behind the microphone was the late great Dick Daugherty. He also was close friends with the late Mike McKitrick both of whom he admired greatly. Gus resides in Fostoria with his wife Laurie and four sons, Michael, Matthew, Mark and Noah.