Alumni Board

Here's what some former 91X/KXUL (previously KNLU) folks are doing now. Don't forget to add your information to our Alumni Wall!

(The most recent entry appears at the top of the page.)
Date: September 23, 2007
Name:
Rob Wilson
City:
Atlanta
State:
Georgia
Current Employer:
Madison Property Management
Current Position:
Marketing and Web Design
When did you work at 91X/KXUL?:
1989
Email:
Comments:
Just wanted to say hello to anyone who might remember me back from the late 80s and early 90s. I have been in Atlanta, Georgia for the past nine years. Hope everyone is well!
Date: September 8, 2007
Name:
Toni Kindrick Dahl
City:
Heatley
State:
Queensland, Australia
Current Employer:
Current Position:
When did you work at 91X/KXUL?:
97-01
Email:
misatok579@yahoo.com
Comments:
I moved to Australia on March 19, 2007 to get married to my love, Tye, on June 7, 2007. I now live here so if I wanna hear the station, I have to visit the website/cry. I miss the station and the music and I really miss commenting on the air about the songs and doing my 90 sec news cast (basically so nervous I could say all the news in under a minute lol). Keep up the tradition and good work. ^_^
Date: September 8, 2007
Name:
Terri Pratt
City:
Marion
State:
Louisiana
Current Employer:
none - thank God - retired!
Current Position:
When did you work at 91X/KXUL?:
91-93
Email:
tobytwo1@centurytel.net
Comments:
I've spent an enjoyable hour or so reading the comments of folks I worked with! I finally gave up working in the real world -- the arthritis was just getting worse and I was getting old! Twenty years in radio is enough. Do lots of reading and sewing with occasional volunteering during fundraising for KEDM. Does anyone know where Sabyn Hackler is? Hello to all from the "good ole days".
Date: July 24, 2007
Name:
Eric Taylor
City:
Baton Rouge
State:
Louisiana
Current Employer:
Warning Magazine
Current Position:
Writer
When did you work at 91X/KXUL?:
2000 & 2001
Email:
Comments:
Date: June 22, 2007
Name:
Paul Hudson
City:
Plano
State:
Texas
Current Employer:
Four Horsemen Films
Current Position:
Producer
When did you work at 91X/KXUL?:
79-81
Email:
Comments:
Date: January 25, 2007
Name:
Karl Prince
City:
Angola
State:
Louisiana
Current Employer:
Still at the State Pen (Louisiana State Penitentiary)
Current Position:
IT Guy
When did you work at 91X/KXUL?:
89-91
Email:
kprince451@yahoo.com
Comments:
Still flip over to 91.1 whenever I pass through Monroe. Never fails to bring back memories, good and bad. Is the key to the studio still attached to the old tape reel at the Campus Cop shop? Do the ghosts still slam the doors down the hall when you're pulling the late shift? Has Joel's hair moved yet? It's been awhile since I've heard from anyone from the old crew, so when you get a chance drop me a line. BTW, I'm still looking for anyone in touch with Cole Berry.March 20, 2007 Update: The search from Angola for fugitive Cole Berry has been successful. Capt. Karl has captured his man. Call off the dogs. --JRW
Date: January 6, 2007
Name:
Jeffrey Newman
City:
Dallas
State:
Texas
Current Employer:
JPMorgan Chase
Current Position:
VP-Portfolio Manager
When did you work at 91X/KXUL?:
Early 90s
Email:
txrangersfan72@yahoo.com
Comments:
Hello all. It's been a couple of years, so I thought I would update everyone. I hope everyone had a great holiday season and is doing well in life. Like most of the folks who were around during my time at KXUL, age is creeping up on us. I'm approaching 35, have been with my wife Jeani for 14 years, have a son entering junior high next fall and another son mid-way through elementary school. I'm a VP at Chase running the deployment of call centers nationwide. Yeah, it IS as exciting as it sounds.Luckily I get to have some fun with ole Greer and our non-profit org, the Monroe Monarchs Historical Foundation. We erected a marker for the team last summer and award scholarships annually. We even assisted in getting one of the Monarchs' players elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame last year and have been asked to speak at the annual Negro League Baseball Conference in Kansas City. MUCH more fun than my day job! :-)I hear from some of you periodically, but not nearly enough! Keep in touch all! And Happy 2007!
Date: June 2, 2006
Name:
Greg Watkins
City:
Lewisville
State:
Texas
Current Employer:
IMaCS & Source Coders
Current Position:
Software Engineer (IMaCS); Owner (Source Coders)
When did you work at 91X/KXUL?:
1999 - 2001
Email:
gwatkins@thesourcecoders.com
Comments:
Keep on rockin' it 91X!
Date: May 25, 2006
Name:
Matt Allen
City:
Lafayette
State:
Louisiana
Current Employer:
Allen Entertainment
Current Position:
Owner
When did you work at 91X/KXUL?:
mid-late 80's
Email:
allenentertain@aol.com
Comments:
OK, not to be a board-hog but I guess this is my 3rd posting in 6 years. I just get very nostalgic now that I've hit 40! I'm DJ'ing a lot of 80's theme parties and 20 year reunions, so I constantly feel 21 except with a little swelling- ha ha. My mobile DJ business is growing although I still work as a claims adjuster, too. Please visit my web site at www.allenentertainment.net. In my spare time, I teach 10th grade religious ed (no, seriously!), practice marital arts, raise my 2 boys and dog, obey my wife, and anything artsy-fartsy like videography, music, people-watching. The best part is that I get to make money doing my favorite hobby--DJ'ing! It's great seeing so many names I recognize on the board. Hope to run into some of you some day.
Date: May 1, 2006
Name:
Gwen Zywicke
City:
Port Washington
State:
Wisconsin
Current Employer:
Cardinal Stritch University, Alverno College
Current Position:
College Instructor
When did you work at 91X/KXUL?:
1987-1991
Email:
gwendolynleigh@yahoo.com
Comments:
How awesome is it that I'm finding my old KNLU buddies (and yes, we are OLD). Sorry to disappoint you Rob, but I'm not working with Catholic children anymore. I'm now busy warping the minds of Catholic college students. It's the least I can do to give back to the people ... I'm on my way to Africa this summer. Believe it or not, I've been hanging with some African nuns. I haven't taken the vows (can't accept that whole celebacy thing), but I am an "honorary" sister. I'm volunteering at their orphanage in Bukoba, Tanzania just over the border from Rwanda. I hear there's a lot of kidnapping for white slavery, so if I get nabbed I'm hoping my heros will come rescue me ... (Yeah, don't worry, I'm not holding my breath). Personal life update: Divorced an ***hole (can I say ***hole on this?), no kids. Am happily single for the rest of my life. Hobbies include cycling, jogging, and eating chocolate. Where the heck is Coleslaw???

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