Lisa & Chris in the Morning

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Coast 93.3 Lisa Kay & Chris Kellogg

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Lisa Bio: Life rarely turns out how you planned it.  Recently I started a new chapter in my life…I got married to “Jammin’ Jim!”  He’s used to play drums in a band (thus the “Jammin Jim” radio name), plus he’s funny, smart, sweet, loves music and sports…and brought happiness to my life again.  As many of you know, I have a son and a daughter, and we lost my husband and their dad in 2014 due to melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer.  He battled it for three years with us by his side throughout, and it was terrible for all of us to go through.  I lost him right before we would’ve celebrated our 30th wedding anniversary.  I am now very diligent about using sunscreen and I preach sun protection to others too…including my new family, Jim, his daughter and son, plus his granddaughter and two grandsons who call me Gigi, and I love it!  Professionally, I’ve worked in radio since my college days at Miami of Ohio and have been with Cumulus/Fort Walton since 2001. A true joy of mine is working through our radio stations to help the various charities including the American Heart Association, American Cancer Society, Healthy Start, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and especially the local schools.  Personally, as Chris would say “For Funsies,” I love to play golf, read, go to concerts, plus cook and travel with Jim.

 

 

 

img_28752Chris Bio:  Chris Kellogg  and his wife Lisa connected after high school and settled in Columbia, Missouri in 1985.  After 30 years of marriage, four children (two daughters and two sons), six dogs (Molly and Flounder), four cats (Sparky) and one grandson (Ezra), they relocated to the Emerald Coast in 2016 to enjoy another 30 years of life together “on the beach.” (They have since added two granddaughters, Elyse and Naomi). Their hobbies include cycling, cooking, anything involving water, playing with the dogs and crocheting.

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