Some of the WFN Crew and Their Recollections
|George Meyer (& wife ?)||Operator||1950 -1958|
|Paul Hise||Many Positions||1966-92|
|Roy Harmon||Station Manager||1969-73|
|Robert Grau||Station Manager||1973-4|
|Harold Mauck||Station Manager||1975-80|
|Lemuel Greer||Station Manager||1980-88|
|Walter Hornerman||Operator||? 1969 ?|
|Bill Dearing||Operator||? 1977 ?|
|Theresa Beyele||Operator||? 1977 ?|
|Carl Blanton||Operator||? 1977 ?|
|David Ross||Operator||? 1977 ?|
|David Goodman||Operator||? 1977 ?|
|Roger Gossage||Technician||? 1977-82 ?|
|Lemuel Greer||Technician||? 1977 ?|
|Gary Wilder||Operator||? 1982 ?|
|Pat O'Brien||Operator||? 1982 ?|
|Kevin VanMeter||Operator||? 1982 ?|
|James Gaines||Operator||? 1982 ?|
|Mike Petty||Operator||? 1982 ?|
|Gary Pavey||Operator||? 1982 ?|
|Jimmy Dimmitt||Operator||? 1982 ?|
|James Bennett||Technician||? 1982 ?|
|Orinta Hunter||Technician||? 1982 ?|
|Dennis Hoskins||Technician||? 1982 ?|
|Harold Mauck||Assistant Electronics Engineer||1980> ?|
Full names of living crew members will be
removed upon their request.
Here's an image of a 1977 article that pictures some of the WFN and ACBL electronics employees at that time.
In a 1982 article Carl Blanton recalled, "One time a private plane crashed in the Ohio River in the Jeffersonville area. John Enlow and Denny Ehringer were on the fuel flat. Denny called me from the phone on the shop barge. He told me what happened and ask me to get some help. The first thing I did was call the M/V HUGH C BLASHE. The pilot (of the BLASKE) went up the river to see If he could find the plane, and I called the police and the Coast Guard."
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