Get to Know Our On-Air Staff -click on their names
Wes Decker began working at WJEJ as a part-time DJ on July 4, 1988. He has been a valued employee ever since and has worked every single shift ever created at some point. Wes says, "I always attempt to sprinkle the pertinent information of the day in amongst the music, adding some of my own personality to the presentation so that it's always a little different, and hopefully entertaining.."
Tune in to WJEJ for Wes’ Rockin’ Morning Show Saturday mornings.
Wes is also a VERY TALENTED Sportscaster. We were very lucky to retain such a dynamic, energetic, well-versed sportscaster to broadcast LIVE High School Football and Basketball plus Northstars Hockey here on WJEJ!
Welcome to the evening! Pour a nice cup of joe, sit back, relax and let Dennis McPherson take you on a magical music ride with his evening show Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday from 6pm to midnight. Here he is pictured with Gordon Lightfoot at the Luhrs Performing Arts Center in Shippensburg.
Dennis' cool mix of music will help you relax and unwind after a long day. Call in to request your favorite songs and Dennis will share his favorites with you. The perfect way to end your long day...Dennis McPherson and WJEJ.
Phil was born and raised in Funkstown, MD and graduated from St. Maria Goretti in 1981. Then he joined the U.S. Coast Guard for 4 years. He then had a 20-year career as a Registered Cardiovascular Technologist in Washington, DC before finding his way back home to Hagerstown. Phil wears many hats at WJEJ. He has his own show Saturdays from 6pm to midnight. Phil brings an enjoyable mix of his personal music favorites and lots of personality to this entertaining show. Phil is an essential part of the WJEJ Staff greeting visitors, answering phones, and assisting in daily tasks with a smile and a helping hand. When Phil isn’t working for the station you can find him fishing somewhere on the Potomac River, listening to his beloved Boston Red Sox or cooking with his mom in her kitchen.
Start your day with Hagerstown's favorite personality... The Voice of the Valley...Lou Scally! Tune in Monday through Friday at 5 am to hear the latest CBS News, local news, weather and sports. Lou brings an eclectic mix of upbeat music for your listening pleasure. He adds a healthy dose of humor, up-to-the-minute info, and keeps you informed about what's going on around town. At 11:06am, Lou hosts the ever-popular WJEJ Phone Party. This call-in talk program allows listeners to share recipes, offer helpful hints, and discuss a multitude of topics. Looking for a bargain or have something to sell? Tune in Fridays at 11:30am as Lou hosts the WJEJ Yard Sale. You'll also see Lou broadcasting live around town at exciting venues. Lou Scally and WJEJ... bringing a smile to your day.
Mike Weller is a part-time D.J. at WJEJ. Mike says of his relationship to WJEJ. "Music and radio are important components of my family’s culture. Our cousin, WJEJ’s John Staub, has owned a radio station throughout my entire life. I have vivid memories of John giving records to my parents and asking for their comments on the artist. I first heard Patsy Cline on a 45 given to my Dad by John. My Mother and Aunt (members of the Harmony Trio) performed live at the grand opening celebration of WJEJ in the Franklin Center.
Mike joined the WJEJ staff in 2005. For 29 years he served the community as a firefighter with the Hagerstown Fire Department. 22 of those years were spent as the public education officer. In addition to broadcasting on WJEJ, Mike now works as an instructional designer for a company that develops academic curriculum for the emergency services.
Mike says of his love of broadcasting.. ”If I had to define the top five treasures I’ve been blessed to experience in my life, serving the public on WJEJ would be on that list. I cherish every opportunity to become part of our listener’s lives through the power of radio. I love searching the WJEJ music archives to find and play the vinyl classics that you’ll never hear on other stations. We are the real deal.”