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Keith Abercrombie

IMG_1435rrtp8x10I was born in Haleyville, AL and have lived in Carbon Hill, Hartselle, Birmingham, and now the Massey Community of Southwest Morgan County...where I plan to stay until either my dear wife runs me off or Jesus calls me Home! I am a graduate of Morgan County High School and The University of Alabama-Birmingham and a member of McKendree United Methodist Church.

Our household consists of my wife Teresa, a retired school teacher, who is very sweet to put up with my sometimes crazy schedule, a host of dogs & cats that we love very much, and me. Currently there are no cattle or horses...but that could change as we would both like to have a buckskin horse with a dark tail and mane. I am also interested in miniature Black Angus cattle. From a certain distance, wearing my jeans, cowboy shirt, boots, and hat, Teressa claims I somewhat resemble George Strait...but when I move just a little bit too close she says I go and ruin it all!

My family owned and operated the Abercrombie automobile dealership in Hartselle up through the manufacturer's reorganization where we were regretfully not allowed to continue operations. We were truly blessed for many, many years in that business and miss seeing our customers, employees, and vendors. Thankfully, we also had our radio station operations that I've now been able to transition to full time. In addition to managerial, administrative, and technical responsibilities at work, I'm privileged to produce and host both our Bluegrass Saturday Night and Sunday Morning Gospel programs each week.

Other personal interests include a love for bluegrass music; particularly bluegrass gospel, and I hope to begin taking formal mandolin lessons in the near future, followed up with lessons in voice, buck dancing, hog calling, & yodeling (I am serious...as I believe in always being ready to witness for Christ and always being ready to entertain!). Any available time on our 4wd utility tractor with front-end loader is considered "quality time." I also like to keep on national and international news and events. Someday, spending more time slowly driving around in our white long wheelbase pickup with the slightly dented left front fender, wearing either my Stetson cowboy hat or my black pork pie hat, adjusted slightly askew, with the dogs in the bed barking loudly at everyone and every thing would be a serious source of additional enjoyment.

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