Dale Throneberry is the unofficial commander of the Veterans Radio crew. Originally from New Jersey where he grew up on the Jersey Shore. His military experience includes basic training at Ft. Polk. Louisiana, Army Aviation Training at Ft. Wolters, Texas and Ft. Rucker, Alabama. He completed his tour in Vietnam as a CW2 pilot with the 195th Assault Helicopter Company from December 1968 to December 1969. After completing his tour he returned to The Army Aviation School at Fort Rucker, Alabama and completed his enlistment as an instructor pilot until his discharge in May of 1971.
Thanks to the G.I. Bill, Dale was able to complete his BA in Education and MA in Communication at the University of Michigan. He has worked in education and the insurance business since graduating in 1975.
Veterans Radio was a dream Dale had years ago and he's very grateful to have the opportunity to make the dream come true.
Dale currently lives in Ann Arbor, MI with his wife Jane and feels fortunate to have his son and family, including a grandson, live nearby. firstname.lastname@example.org
Bob Gould was born in Detroit Michigan to Theodore and Elizabeth Gould. Growing up in Northwest Detroit he graduated from Redford High School. Bob joined the Army the following July and completed basic training at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Sent to Fort Riley Kansas for Advanced Infantry training Bob became proficient as a Forward Observer for an 81 MM mortar platoon. In July 1962, Bob completed Basic Airborne Training and was assigned to the 101st Airborne Division. There he completed his two year enlistment as a medic with the 326 Medical Battalion.
After service, Bob went on to have two sons and graduated with a Masters in Education degree from the University of Michigan. Currently, Bob lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan and is President of Small Business Benefits, plays recreational hockey and loves old fashioned rock and roll. email@example.com
Gary Lillie was born in Detroit and graduated from Cody High School in 1958. In 1966 he served a tour in Chu Lai, Vietnam with MCB-3. For its remarkable accomplishments, the unit was named “Best in the West;” the top Seabee battalion of the year.
When he was discharged in 1967 he first worked as a carpenter, but since his Vietnam experience caused him to swear he would never walk in mud again, he became a full-time real estate agent that same year and has been specializing in vacant land sales ever since.
Dwight Jon Zimmerman
Dwight Jon Zimmerman is an award-winning author, and a member of the Military Writers Society of America and the Western Writers of America.
Zimmerman is a host of the Veterans Radio program "At Ease." Zimmerman has two books scheduled for release in 2012. He has adapted Bill O'Reilly's bestselling Killing Lincoln for the young adult market. Lincolns Last Days by Bill O'Reilly and Dwight Jon Zimmerman is scheduled for a Fall 2012 release. Also scheduled for release in Fall 2012 is his The Hammer And The Anvil, a graphic history biography of Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln with art by Wayne Vansant.
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