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Eric Cornish

Weekdays 6a – 10a, Saturday 10a – 3p

Eric was born in Louisville, Kentucky and attended Trinity High School. Eric grew up on country music from Garth Brooks, Tracy Lawrence, Tim McGraw, Collin Raye, and others.  He went to college in Bowling Green at Western Kentucky University and started out his radio career right out of college, hired by the late, great, Scooter Davis. After that he hosted mornings in Murray, KY, then it was off to Evansville, IN for 7 years. After coming back to Louisville, he settled his family into his old neighborhood. Eric’s thrilled to be on mornings for The Wolf! He’s a life-long Kentucky Wildcats fan, also loves the Tennessee Titans, pro wrestling, and karaoke. Most of all, he loves his family. He married wife, Lori in 2005, and they have two beautiful children, LeAnn and Bradley!

Jodie Thompson

Monday – Saturday 6a – 10a

Jodie Thompson was born in Hardin County and grew up between Meade and Hardin counties.   She graduated from West Hardin High School in Stephensburg, KY.  Jodie grew up listening to classic country.  Some of her favorites are Johnny Cash, Conway Twitty, Waylon Jennings and more.  She went to Tri-City Barber College where she met her husband Rob who owns a barber shop in Elizabethtown.  Together they have their wonderful daughter Grace.  Jodie went to work for The Wolf in 2002.  She has done a little bit of everything over the last several years.  In 2019 Jodie went from afternoons to the morning show with Eric.  Jodie loves being part of the morning show!  She enjoys the relationships they developed with listeners.  Jodie loves watching her daughter play volleyball and going to watch the University of Kentucky Women’s volleyball games.  She is big into crafts and sewing, hanging out with their rottweiler Maggie, spending time with family and going on vacations to Disney.  Most of all she loves her family.  

Zach Epperson

Lead News Reporter

Zach brings you your mornings news everyday on WULF! A native Kentuckian, Zach moved to Elizabethtown in 2004 with his family. A lover of sports, he’s had the chance to work up close with his childhood team, the Kentucky Wildcats, as a part of the UK Sports Network since attending the University of Kentucky. Speaking of UK, Zach’s now a recent graduate of the University as part of the class of 2020! Entering his 5th year in radio, you can also hear Zach every weekday morning as he keeps you up to date on all things sports (he’s also the station’s de facto “Sports Guy”). Got a news tip or story? Email him!

Trisha Caudill

Weekdays 10a – 2p

I was raised in Florida, but landed in Kentucky when my husband got stationed at Ft. Knox. We loved the area so much that we retired here. My husband, 2 daughters, myself, and let’s not forget about our mini-horse of a dog, live in Elizabethtown. Growing up, my dream was always to work in law enforcement so that’s what my degree is in. I worked in the field before becoming a stay-at-home mom to my daughters. My experience in criminal justice has nothing to do with how I got in radio, but I use those skills to my advantage when dealing with the crazy folks I work with behind the mic….that’s all I’m saying. I absolutely love my job and that makes it easier to get up before the crack of dawn each workday.

Jimmy Wilson

Weekdays 2p – 7p, Sunday 7p – Midnight

Jimmy Wilson was born in Louisville, KY and raised in Hardin County. He grew up listening to country music and was inspired to play music as a teenager. Upon getting a guitar for his 16th birthday, the first song he learned was “Courtesy of the Red, White & Blue” by Toby Keith. In high school, he worked with HCEC-TV in production and always had an interest in broadcast media. After spending 10 years in the New Jersey and Upstate New York areas, he moved back home to Elizabethtown with his wife and 3 daughters. He still loves music and now plays a variety of instruments himself. He’s also dabbled in producing and hosting podcasts from his bedroom studio but definitely prefers the Wolf studio. Being a part of the team fulfills a lifelong passion for him and he’s grateful to be in the mix. You can catch Jimmy on The Wolf on Sunday nights.

Brian Walker

Weeknights 7p – Midnight

Brian Walker spent 10 years in radio at a variety of stations and formats in Oklahoma, Arkansas and Kentucky before leaving the air – for good he thought – in early 2001. Brian returned to radio in the summer of 2016! Some great things happened during his original run as a broadcaster. He truly believes the best was meeting and marrying his wife Donna. An Elizabethtown resident since 1996, Brian is a huge fan of music, movies and is full of useless trivia. The Walker kids, son Keegan and daughter Addison, attend Hardin County Schools and both are active in soccer and various school activities. As for Brian and Donna, they spend all their time being the parents of 2 kids who are involved in soccer and various school activities.

Blake Ryan

Sunday 2p – 7p

Blake Ryan joined the Wolf Pack in January 2015, as a part-time employee for the radio station. He quickly learned his craft and loved his new position being a team member with the other Alpha Wolf Leaders.  He was always told that he had a face…for radio during his twelve years of acting at the Hardin Performing Arts Center (The PAC). Maybe now he has the voice too.  Born and raised in Rineyville, Hardin County, Kentucky, Blake graduated from John Hardin High School with a certification in communications in 2010 with eight years of experience of television production with Hardin County Educational and Community Television (HCEC-TV). In December 2013, he married his beautiful wife Danielle.  They have two daughters. They enjoy spending time with family, friends and their pets, taking long walks, playing corn hole, tennis and just enjoying the simple things in life.

Adam Fuller

Chief Operator, Saturday 7p to Midnight

Adam was born in upstate New York. He attended trade school for information technology and graduated from college with a degree in Visual Communications. Adam married his high school sweetheart Jennifer, and they moved to Kentucky in 2008. Adam worked as a freelance graphic designer and served his local church by volunteering as a board operator, camera operator, and lighting designer, earning the nickname master of all things light and sound. Adam has also worked as a photographer, trivia host, and even a lighting designer for several concerts. In 2018 he began his career in radio. Adam started running the live church service on WQXE and now serves as their afternoon show host and a weekend host for WULF. He also serves as the Chief Operator for both WQXE and WULF. Adam believes in serving his church, family, and community. He is an active deacon at First Christian Church and is the proud parent of three energetic children. Adam looks forward to what the future holds for Skytower Communications.