Abe Silos joined the WMUU staff in September of 2003. He currently serves as the station’s Sales Manager and as site manager for the two-way communications rental business owned and operated by WMUU, Inc. Abe is a native of Texas. He and his wife Karen live in Greenville, and they have two children. Abe views his work at WMUU as a calling from the Lord and his heart felt desire is to help advertisers and listeners reach higher ground through WMUU.com
Angelo was born and raised in the little town of Taylors, South Carolina. He developed a love for the Christian radio ministry when he began working at WMUU in 1994 as a board operator. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Radio and Television and a Master of Science degree in Radio Production from Bob Jones University. Angelo is married to Kristine, and they have one adopted child, Kailyn Madison. He enjoys playing basketball in his spare time, and working in his church at Paramount Park Baptist Church in Greenville, South Carolina. Angelo currently resides in Greenville, SC.Dibet Hotchkin
Dibet has been with Bob Jones University and Office Manager at WMUU for 22 years. She is originally from Jackson, Michigan and majored in physical education at Jackson Community College and Kalamazoo Valley College. Dibet and her husband, Bill, were married in 1970 in Jackson, Michigan, and lived in Kalamazoo, Michigan for twelve years. After prayerfully considering a move, in 1982 they moved to Greenville, so Bill could obtain his Master of Divinity degree at Bob Jones University.
Among Dibet's other enjoyable pastimes are spending time with her family, playing the flute, art projects, sewing, and outdoor activities. Bill and Dibet have been blessed with three sons, two daughter's-in-law, five granddaughters and two grandsons. They are members of Faith Baptist Church in Taylors. Dibet counts it a privilege to serve the Lord at WMUU.com
Marcie was born and raised in Winter Haven, Florida. She put her faith in Christ as a girl and had the privilege of being raised in a Bible-believing church with good conservative music. Good music continued to be an important part of her life.
She obtained a degree in Sacred Music from Tennessee Temple University in Chattanooga, Tennessee. It was there that she met her husband, David.
God has allowed her to play the piano in her husband’s ministries in churches and Christian schools over the years. They now are a part of
Cleveland Park Bible Church of Spartanburg, SC.
Marcie and David have three children (two of whom are graduates of Bob Jones University) and two grandchildren.
Marcie counts it a blessing to be a part of the ministry of WMUU.com, where God’s Word and good music are greatly esteemed.
Joe is originally from Wheaton, Illinois. After serving in the Navy, he graduated from Bob Jones University in 1969 with a degree in broadcast engineering. Joe has been at WMUU since 1972. He is married to WMUU’s accounting manager, Nancy. They have three grown children and two grandchildren, all residing in Greenville.
Louise Kay came to us in 1980 after teaching speech in high school for three years. She graduated from Bob Jones University in 1976 with a degree in interpretive speech. She has enjoyed announcing, copywriting, and now sales at WMUU. She lives with her husband, Terry, in Easley where they enjoy nature and the great outdoors. They have one daughter who lives in the Charleston area and a son who lives in Lyman. Louise became a Christian at age 18 and that great transformation is what has guided her life including coming to WMUU. She likes to read, write, and take care of her two cats. Acting, drama and performing would be a hobby if she had time!
Hello, my name is Nancy Norris, the accounting manager here at WMUU, where I have worked since 1975. For 33 years, I have been married to Joe Norris, the Chief Engineer at WMUU, and we have three children and two grandchildren, all who reside here in Greenville, SC. I have been working on a history and a counseling degree from Bob Jones University over the years, after having attended Baptist Bible College in Springfield, Missouri as a Bible major. I hail from Northfork, West Virginia where my family still resides. Some of my leisure-time interests are doting on my grandchildren, reading historical novels, sewing, and traveling to historical places.
Paul Wright hails from Frogtown, Pennsylvania, a rural community in the western part of the state not even large enough to earn a dot on the map. To be precise, he was born in a farm house on Tadpole hill in the Frogtown community – no kidding, it’s a true story! After growing up in a typically rural lifestyle, Wright attended Bob Jones University and received a Bachelor’s degree in Radio/Television Productions. In 1966, while attending BJU, he began working at WMUU. After graduation, he accepted a position on the WMUU staff in the sales and announcing departments. Military service interrupted his work at the station as Wright served in the US Army from 1969 to 1971 primarily in Vietnam.
Over the next nearly four decades, Wright has held every broadcast position at the station with the exception of engineer. He currently serves as General Manager. Wright says his biggest burden for the WMUU radio ministry is finding the next generation to carry on the sound Biblical standards in music and preaching that have been part of WMUU since its first day on the air.
Wright’s out side interests are many and varied. For some thirty years, he refereed high school and college soccer all over the country. He says his greatest honor as a college referee was to have been selected to officiate seven national championships. In 2005, Wright was inducted to the National Soccer Hall of Fame for his accomplishments as a referee. He has hunted and fished extensively in most parts of the east and rocky mountain regions. He recently has returned to his boyhood love of horses. Wright owns three quarter horses and enjoys training his equine friends in the western disciplines of reining, team penning, and reined cow horse.
Paul Wright is married to Gale (Laws) Wright, and the couple has three children, Will, Jay, and Marol. The Wright clan currently has eight grand children – seven girls and one boy. He would want us to tell you that the grand children are becoming accomplished horse girls and boy, and Wright has high hopes they will one day compete in Quarter Horse shows with him.