KMNT's Ryan Trotter!
Listen weekdays 3-7p on 104.3 FM
A little about me:
I'm 36 years old and I've been working at KMNT for about 12 years now! I've got a beautiful family with a lovely wife and now 4 wonderful children aged 10, 8, 5, and a 15-months! It certainly makes things crazy around the Trotter household, but I wouldn't trade it for anything in the world!
I'm active in my church, the Apostolic Faith Church in Chehalis which is across from the postoffice, I love sports and I'm a huge fan of the Huskies, Seahawks, Mariners, and the Sounders. I also play basketball at 6 am on Tuesday's and Thursday's with a bunch of crazy guys at Napavine Elementary and I love to get out on the golf course as much as possible (which with 4 kids and a wife is nearly impossible!)!
If you have any questions or comments for me (just be nice please, I'm fragile!) feel free to email at firstname.lastname@example.org! I'd love to hear from you!! You can also follow me on Twitter at twitter.com/kmntryan.
He's cute ain't he!!
Here's a pic of Kai and his 3 older siblings!!
It's always a great time for golf! Unless you're some of these guys!!
Jim Gaffigan and I have a lot in common. My wife and I have 4 kids too!
This is the Governor's 2012 Prayer Breakfast in Olympia. The keynote speaker is a former Prime Minister of Ethiopia. He's got an exciting story to share of his time in solitary confinement in an Ethiopian prison. Very inspiring. Fast forward to about the 42:00 mark of video.
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is absolutely AMAZING! Too many kids get cancer and they are doing their job to stamp out childhood cancer through their treatment and research. And get this, a child that receives treatment, it pays for nothing, St. Jude's literally pays for it all including food and lodging for the patient's family. Like I said, it's amazing what they do. Check out their website HERE.
Here's a touching video highlighting a St. Jude patient from a few years ago, "Big Ben" a young child who you will instantly fall in love with. Unfortunately, he eventually lost his fight with cancer.