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Meet the Staff

John Leonard 

General Manager & Sales Manager

John grew up in Pittsburgh, Pa. but has been in the Kansas and Oklahoma area for nearly 40 years.  He began his radio career when he began working at the campus radio station in 1974 while in college at the University of Dayton.  Since that time he has worked at radio stations in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, and Kansas.  His experience includes everything from on-air, programming, operations and sales.  He has been at the Coffeyville radio stations for the better part of 22 years.  As General Manager of KGGF-AM/FM, KUSN-FM and KQQF-FM he is responsible for all aspects of the station's operations, concentrating on sales growth.  John is active in the community serving on the Boards of Safehouse, the Coffeyville Chamber of Commerce, as well as past Chairman of the Chamber Board and the Coffeyville Rotary Club and has served as past-president of that organization.  In addition, he serves on the Board of Directors of the Kansas Association of Broadcasters.  John and his wife Sue have 5 children combined and 10 grandchildren.   

Denise Gates 

Business and Traffic Manager 

Denise has been with KGGF for 14 years serving as the Business and Traffic Managers.  She is in charge of scheduling commercials, doing radio logs, and scheduling ballgames for all four of our stations. She also does the billing for the station along with answering the phone.  Most generally you will talk to her when calling the station.

Graduating from Field Kindley High School in Coffeyville, Denise went on to Coffeyville Community College.  While there she obtained an Associate of Arts Degree and went on to Pittsburg State University.  Denise is on the USD#445 Board of Education.  There she serves as a board member and has previously held the office of Vice President of the board.  Her term will expire in December 2019 after serving 20 ½ years.  She is also active in her church.   Denise lost her husband to Pancreatic Cancer in 2012.

Her children are her life. She had two boys, John and Michel, and raised her two nephews, David and Chad, along with her niece, Michelle.  She is awaiting her first grandchild in November 2018.  She has many more who call her Mom that are friends of her children.  Besides work and her children, Denise enjoys KU Basketball and Royals Baseball.  Rock Chalk and Go Royals!

Judi Alexander

Sales Executive

Judi Alexander was born and raised in British Columbia, Canada where she gained a life-long love of the outdoors.  After finishing school, Judi relocated to Vancouver where she began a career in customer service.  In 2000 Judi moved to the U.S. and married her husband, Ron, where they resided in rural Coffeyville.

Judi worked for the next 10 years managing area Casey’s Convenience stores before beginning her radio marketing career with KGGF-AM/FM, KUSN-FM, and KQQF-FM in 2014.  The next year she and her husband bought and relocated to a small ranch in Edna.  When she’s not taking care of her clients, livestock, and pets Judi enjoys camping and riding her motorcycle and most of all spending time with her family including adult children and grandkids.





















Amy Dollar

Sales Executive











Trina Reed 

Sales Executive

Trina and her husband, Sam, have four children, two dachshunds, three grandbabies, and two grandfurbabies. She graduated from Caney Valley High School, home of the Bullpups! She earned her undergraduate degree from Liberty University and her MBA from Oklahoma Wesleyan University. She loves spending time with her family, cuddling with her two and four-legged grandbabies, fishing, re-purposing stuff, crafting, and dabbling in art. She is an active member of the Westminster Orthodox Presbyterian church in Bartlesville and works with The Caney Community Betterment Group. She lives with her husband in Caney and she is very passionate about helping businesses and small towns prosper and grow. She is also a Pitt State and KU Mom...Go Gorillas and Rockchalk!!!


Evan Fahrbach

Sports Director

Evan Fahrbach was born and raised in Kansas. Evan grew up in Wichita and fell in love with sports while going to Wichita State basketball and baseball games with his parents and friends. After realizing, at a young age, that he probably wasn’t going to make the big-bucks being able to play sports professionally, Evan started focusing on radio play-by-play. That led him to Oklahoma State where he graduated in four years with a degree in Sports Media. Evan is a big Chiefs and Royals fan and is excited to be broadcasting back in the state of Kansas. 

Debra Woodall

News Director


Debra is a native to southeast Kansas.  She is a graduate of Caney Valley High School.  Go Bullpups!   She holds degrees from Pittsburg State University and the University of Oklahoma.  Deb, as we call her around the station, has been honored by the Kansas Association of Broadcasters, Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters, Kansas Associated Press, and the RTNDA.  She is a National Edward R. Murrow Award Winner for Best Newscast.  She is a self-admitted news junkie, who loves to tell a great story.  She and her husband have two boys and one Buster Pup.


Matt Jordan

Sports Director/Assistant News Director


Matt is one of the newest members of the KGGF, KQQF, KUSN family as he joined us on June 5, 2017. He is from Adair, Oklahoma and attended Adair High School where he was involved in FFA. He attended Rogers State University and worked three years for the athletic department and hosted a Sports Talk show on the college's radio station for three years as well. Matt's official job title is Assistant News Director/Sports Director, but he is the utility player for the station and does pretty much whatever Kaleb, John, Denise, or Deb need. Matt is the voice of the Red Ravens football and men's and women's basketball teams and Nado football team. He is a huge sports fan, he hates peanut butter and will argue about almost anything with anybody.

Sam Speck 


Sam Speck was born n’ raised in the Fort Collins/ Loveland Colorado area where he attended High School. He attended Loveland High School for a year but graduated from Fossil Ridge High School in Fort Collins in 2014. Sam moved to Denver where he attended the Colorado Media School and finished with an associate degree in Sports Broadcasting/Journalism in 2016. From there he has traveled the country plugging his way in the Radio and TV industry aspiring to be a full-time play by play announcer one day. He’s a family and friend oriented individual and believes in experiences instead of expenses. Spends most of his days with his girlfriend and travels to live music events and festivals all around the country. Obviously, a sports fanatic but Sam always makes sure you know, he is a HUGE New York Yankees fan.

Steve Ryan 

KUSN Morning Host & Production Manager

Steve Ryan is a Kansas native.  He grew up in Pratt, KS where he started his nearly 35-year radio career.  He has spent the past 12 years in the state of Missouri and now resides in Coffeyville as the host of the Morning Country Club on US98, KUSN-FM and taking care of production duties.

Steve started in radio in 1984 during his freshman year of high school and has been doing it ever since.  In his spare time, Steve enjoys binge-watching NCIS, Seal Team and Star Trek.  He is also a fan of NASCAR, the Chiefs, the Royals and the St. Louis Cardinals.  He has a grown son, Thomas, who resides in Oregon.

He is also a dog and cat lover.  His cat, Carlin, was rescued from going to a shelter 10 years ago, and Gibbs, his dog was rescued from going to a shelter over 4 years ago.

Upon moving to Coffeyville, Steve became a member of the AMP organization through the Coffeyville Chamber of Commerce.

Tina Romine

Promotions Director & Executive Assistant

Tina Romine is a native of Coffeyville. She is married to Jeremy, they have 2 wonderful children; Kolby & Kenna. Her hobbies include; cake decorating, anything to do with the beach and making crafts. She loves spending time with her family and volunteering for local events. She has been involved with Western Heritage Weekend for three years and the Dewey Merchant Co-Op for five years. She has volunteered at the OK Kids Health and Safety Fair for 18 years.  She fell in love with graphic design while working for Prestige Cabinets, where she worked for 10 years before the company was bought out and disbanded.





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