Wayne Hogan is glad to be on the air on St. Augustine’s WFOY 102.3 FM for his new radio show Law & Justice with Wayne Hogan: answers to your personal injury questions. Growing up in St. Augustine, Wayne listened, among other events, to the World Series on WFOY, and remembers long time on air personalities, Pappy Schilling and Frankie Walker, known as The Voice of St. Augustine. Just this year, the late Mrs. Walker was inducted into the St. Augustine High School Hall of Fame.
WFOY has been a part of St Johns County for more than 75 years and it was a reunion of sorts on Wednesday when Wayne attended the launch of WFOY 102.3 FM.
The unveiling of 102.3 FM, which expanded WFOY’s coverage to Duval, Clay, Putnam and Flagler Counties, was held at the new pavilion on the grounds of the Fountain of Youth near WFOY’s original location on Radio Road. Station owner and on-air personality, Kris Phillips, thanked the many who gathered there for their support. Kris hosts Law & Justice with Wayne Hogan. In addition to staff and on-air personalities, Wayne had the chance to renew acquaintances with many St. Augustinians including former state representative, Doug Wiles, Chamber of Commerce President, Kirk Wendland, former mayor, George Gardner, and visited with county commissioner, Cyndi Stephenson, and president of A.D. Davis Construction, Mike Davis, nephew of Wayne’s FSU roommate and friend, David Toner.
WFOY celebrates launch of 102.3 FM
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