Lori grew up in the Texas Panhandle. It will always be home. She loves the people and the community. Lori has been in Amarillo radio 28 years. She started her radio career at the One 91.1 and in the Broadcasting Department of West Texas A&M University. One of the things that her mentor, Dr. Leigh Browning drilled in her head was the pronunciation of W. "It's not dubya, it is double u." Her love for the radio and country began at an early age. She used to sit in her grandmother's kitchen floor. Her grandmother would turn up the radio and get to cooking or baking. Lori was either going to become a chef or on the radio. You know which one she chose. When she's not working she enjoys spending time with her family going to events, concerts, museums and going on road trips. If she has some extra time you can find her curled up with a good book escaping to another world for a bit. If you have any great book suggestions don't hesitate to email her a list.
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