Jerry Hancock has been the Corsicana voice on KAND since 2007, and hosts “Talk
Time” from 8-10 am weekdays. A graduate from The Columbia School Of
Broadcasting, Jerry first began working in radio at KBUS Radio Station in Mexia
during and after high school.
Jerry’s also a life-long musician: a Grammy-nominated bass player, drummer,
and singer. He has toured throughout the United States with country, blues, and
pop bands. He has performed in Spain, Bermuda, South America, and Canada. In
2011, Jerry toured with country legend Doug Stone, as Doug's bass player and
principle harmony singer. In addition to his active playing schedule in the DFW
area, Jerry plays on many recording sessions at studios in the DFW area. He
remains a member of AFM Local 72-147 Dallas/Ft. Worth Professional Musicians
Association and is a voting member of The Grammy Awards.
Jerry is married to his best friend, Sheila. They've lived in Navarro County
for nearly twenty years.
Contact Jerry by email at email@example.com
Rusty Hitt: KAND Sports
Rusty is currently the president of Community National Bank & Trust in
Corsicana. Active in the community he currently serves as President of
Corsicana Youth Baseball and the YMCA, he is a former City Councilman as
well as past President of the Chamber of Commerce and United Way. Rusty
is the Color Analyst on Corsicana High School Football, Basketball and
Baseball games broadcast on KAND.
Rusty is a native of Corsicana and is a 1983 graduate of Corsicana High
School where he was a member of the State Finalist Football team and
Captain of the Baseball team. He earned a BBA in Finance from Texas
State University (formerly Southwest Texas State) in 1987. Rusty is
married to the former Diane Aldama, a teacher at Bowie Elementary, and
they have one son Ryan a student at Corsicana High School.
Rusty is very involved in youth sports and has coached many baseball and
soccer teams. He enjoys sports a great deal and this is how he got
involved in radio. "While I am not a full time radio person I really
enjoy the business and how it allows me to use my passion for sports and
make use of all those many hours that I have spent watching, listening
and reading about sports. We have a great sports team and we try to make
the experience fun and informational for the listeners. Besides with a
mother (Mary Sikes) and a father in law (Dick Aldama) in radio it is
kind of in my blood."
No stranger to the KAND airwaves, Bob Belcher returns to the radio as News and Community Affairs Director after spending a decade in the newspaper industry. Bob began his radio career in 1975 at KSFE Radio in Needles, California. After six years there and two stops at different stations in Missouri, he joined KAND for the first time in 1987, serving in a variety of capacities until 1998. He returned to KAND from 2003 to 2006, then moved on to newspaper work, spending nearly 10 years with the Corsicana Daily Sun before leaving the paper in 2015. Now he’s back “on the air” and you’ll hear Bob throughout the broadcast day, reporting news, sharing interviews, and hosting the morning show each weekday from 6 to 8 am. He’ll also assist with sports broadcasts and remote appearances throughout the year.
Chuck is currently the local Subway Franchise Owner in Corsicana, Texas
and serves as the sideline reporter or third man in the booth for CHS
Football broadcasts on KAND.
Chuck is a native of Corsicana and is a 1988 graduate of Corsicana
High School. He earned his BBA from the University of North Texas in
1992 and his MBA from the University of Dallas in 2001. Chuck also is a
Navarro College alumnus, earning his AD in 1990. Chuck is married to
Gayle Smith Williams and they have two daughters, Avery and Finley.
Chuck is very involved with many aspects of Corsicana Independent
School District Athletic Endeavors. “While not a radio professional, I
do enjoy promoting the kids of Corsicana and talking all aspects of
sports. Via print or having the tremendous opportunity to have a voice
on KAND, I enjoy spreading the sports word. Todd, Rusty and I truly
enjoy the broadcasts and hope that permeates to the listeners of KAND