Jeremy Louis

Jeremy LouisJeremy Louis grew up in the Chicago suburbs, which is why he loves the Cubs and Bears. His interest in radio started at a young age while listening to radio dramas. After studying broadcasting at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Jeremy worked at radio stations in Illinois, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Arkansas. Jeremy currently serves KLRC as Assistant Program Director, and he is also Program Director for

8 Questions with Jeremy

How long have you been at KLRC?
I began working at KLRC in June of 2007.

Tell us about your family!
I met my beautiful wife Rachel in college at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago. We've been married for 11 years and have lived in Illinois, Nebraska, Oklahoma and now Arkansas. We are the proud parents of a six year old boy, seven year old girl and a baby girl born in December 2013.

What are your favorite hobbies or interests?
I love sports! My favorite teams are the Chicago Bears and Chicago Cubs. I enjoy watching college football as well. I LOVE playing with my kids and watching them grow and learn new things. When I have a quiet moment, which is not often, I like to read books and online articles about tech news and radio broadcasting. I enjoy going for walks with our kids, riding bikes and family game nights. My wife and I also love helping with the children's ministry at church and LOVE sharing our adoption journey story with others.

Favorite soda?
Dr. Pepper and Chick-fil-A Sweet Tea

What is your favorite movie?
Hugo, The Lord of the Rings trilogy, Singin' in the Rain, Freedom Writers, the Back to the Future trilogy, Finding Nemo, Toy Story 1 thru 3, and any Veggie Tales movie...

Who is your favorite artist that plays on KLRC?
Jeremy Camp, Tobymac, Needtobreathe, Jason Gray, Matt Redman, Brandon Heath and Switchfoot

Do you have any quirky habits?
When going to bed each night the covers must all be straight, otherwise I cannot sleep. It may seem a bit crazy, but...well, ok it is.  :)

What's your favorite part of working at KLRC?
Being a part of this great community with listeners like yourself and training future broadcasting leaders at JBU! I look forward to meeting many of you.