General Manager/On-Air 7-10a
Underwriting Director/On-Air 10a-12p
William is a Big Country native, graduating from Stamford High School. He is a Texas Tech Red Raider with a degree in theater arts. He has about 20 years of experience under his belt as a sports photographer, working mostly with high school and collegiate athletics. Before coming into broadcasting, William worked for 26 years with the United States Postal Service as a postal clerk. He’s been with KGNZ since June 2016. With his wife, Regi, William attends Beltway South and engages in ministry with My Father’s Kitchen, Pregnancy Resources of Abilene, and Beltway’s Boots on the Ground and food pantry ministries. Regi and William have three adult sons - Lance, Stephen, and Blake.
William met the Lord at 8 at Trinity Baptist Church in Stamford on July 1, 1964. He says this was recorded by his grandmother in the Bible she gave him at high school graduation.
PSA Director/On-Air 1-3p & Saturdays 8a-1p
On-Air 3-6p & Saturdays 1-6p
Host, "KGNZ In the Evenings" (6p-9p)/ "Sunday Morning Living Praise" (6a-10a)
Host, "KGNZ at Night" (9p-12a)/Remotes/Promotion
Dustin’s first experience on the air with radio was as a high school student on KACT in Andrews, Texas. He since worked on-air primarily as a classic rock and oldies DJ and is a former videographer and reporter for KTAB News. He’s blessed by being guided toward KGNZ by afternoon announcer Ron Rosseau. Dustin has volunteered at the station since early 2015 and does most remote broadcasts as well as a great deal of station promotion work. He took the reigns of the evening time slot in October 2016 and moved to the all-new KGNZ at Night show in July 2017. He is a lifelong Christian that still struggles to fully accept the amazing, incomprehensible grace of Jesus. Dustin earned his bachelor and masters degrees in church music from Hardin-Simmons University. He is a commissioned United Methodist deacon and is appointed as clergy to KGNZ, St. Paul Abilene serving in an Associate Pastor role as organist, and with MetroCare EMS as a full-time EMT and field training officer. His partner in ministry is his wife, Staci, a sign language interpreter at Allie Ward Elementary. They live in Abilene with their beagle Dietrich, red heeler Maybelline, and cat Grizabella.
Office Administrator/Donor Relations
Holley is the backbone of the KGNZ operation, working the business office and handling all donor relations. She is a graduate of Clyde High School and Hardin-Simmons University, where she majored in psychology with a minor in biblical studies. She has been involved with KGNZ Radio since 1988 and is married to Gary, KGNZ General Manager and Program Director. The Hills have four children: Kayla and husband Jesse, Micah, Jacob, and Kara. Their granddaughter is Adelyn, daughter of Kayla and Jesse. Holley says she met the Lord through her grandfather - a Baptist minister who led her to Jesus at age seven. The Hills attend Beltway Park Church North.