Roger grew up on a Quarter Horse and Produce Farm in Ashtabula, Ohio (North East Corner) where his childhood classmates would cheer for summer vacation while he would whimper knowing his father would put him to work all summer long. So to avoid a life full of heavy lifting Roger decidied to start his career in Country Radio.
Along with his career, Roger is married a wonderful woman named Ruby, who still loves him through all his country boy "issues". When they married they combined their two families to make a home full of six kids, Zachary, Kleora, Heather, Jeremiah, Brandon and Christian.
When you don't hear Roger on 99.9 Kiss Country you'll find him playing out in the backyard with his kids as they are all very active in sports, so much so his youngest son sleeps with a baseball bat instead of a teddy bear.
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Last night after I got off the air I sat down in my office and called my wife, Ruby. Even though she is winning her battle with cancer I still try and pick her spirits up (on a side note she is an amazingly strong woman).
So I was telling her how much I loved her and how blessed I was to have her in my life when she suddenly blurted out...
"Did you poop your pants?"
"What!?!" I asked
"You heard me, did you poop your pants?"
Again I asked, "What are you talking about?"
"Listen I can smell it, did you poop?" she said again.
"You can SMELL through the phone?" I inquired.
Then there was a pause..."Ruby?"
"I wasn't talking to you. I was talking to Christian...dah...of course you didn't poop your pants....and if you did you're changing your own diaper."
Ah yes, Christian our two year old who is still being potty trained, of course. But it is amazing how mothers can being holding one complete conversation with someone else and then instantly start another without a pause. Sadly it is a bit tough for us husbands to keep up sometimes. I sometimes feel like I'm in a race with Tony Stewart but I'm driving a model T.