Who's Who at WONN

Dave's Co-Workers

Arch Abernethy
Willie Anderson, Sr.
Marji Bedgood
Rev. James Berry
Mike Booker
Garland Burt
Jim Campbell
Chickenman
Frank Clarke
Bob Crews
Larry DeVore
Florida Citrus Mutual Calling
Ron Fraiser
Bill Francisco
John Gilman
Eddie Glover
Murray Goldsborough
Dick Goleno
Bob Helmick
Mike Helminski
Don Hiers
Alex Houston
Joe Pyne Show
Jim Maloy
Phyllis Maxwell
Bill McClure
Duane McConnell
Yvonne McDaniel
Pat Morgan
Skip Paradise
Mike Parrish
Buddy Penn
Jonnie Pinkston
Jay Rich
Joyce Robbins
Terry Roberts
Dave Ross
Dan Sanborn
Gene Schlei
Bob Shoopman
Jerry Smithwick
Smoke House Serenade
Bill Snyder
Steve Sparkman
Tom Talcott
George Tuttle, Sr
Bob White
Bob Wolfe
Shirley Wolfe

Dave Sousa

Dave started his radio career in 1966 at a station in Sebring, FL and then took over the 6 to midnight show, "Night Flight," on Lakeland’s WONN the following year. From 1978-1980 he worked in the Orlando area, programmed and pulled afternoons at Mt. Dora’s album rock Zeta 7 WORJ-FM, and then mornings after Zeta became Joy 108 WJYO.

He was on the air as J. Michael Stone on the first Top 40 FM in the U.S., the creator of WQDR-FM, the first Superstars album rock station, a programming consultant for Florida stations in Tallahassee, Miami, and Orlando, and the man behind the success of others in Georgia, Tennessee, and the Carolinas.

In 1990 Dave began a run in morning drive that lasted more than 15 years at Charleston’s soft rock Sunny 96.9 WSUY-FM.

Station History

1967 - 1970 WONN (On Air Personality)

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