Meet the Team
Bill Lynch: News Director
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William "Bill" Lynch, is an Oklahoma transplant. Born in California, Bill moved to Bartlesville when he was a young boy. Graduated with honors from Bartlesville High School in 2002 then Coffeyville Community College with an Associates in Art in 2004. He joined the United States Army in 2005 as an Intelligence Analyst when he made the decision that the military was the place for him. Bill deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2007 before returning back to his home station in Germany. He returned back to the US in 2011 and was stationed at Fort Riley Kansas with the 1st Infantry Division. Bill's career took a drastic turn when he was diagnosed with a neurological disorder and was medically retired from the military after 8 years of service. Looking to take advantage of his reporting skills Bill began working at Bartlesville Radio in 2013 as a part time sound board operator for Owasso sports, while attending Oklahoma State University. Bill is Married with 3 children, his wife Alex is active in the community for pet rescue and rehoming, she is a Facility Manager at a local boarding facility. Bill is now full-time as Bartlesville Radio's KPGM News Director and afternoon on-air talent on 100.1 KYFM.
Maryjane Mashunkashey: Sales
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Being a native Pawhuskan, Mary has lived, attended school and worked in Pawhuska for many years. She was employed for 26 years with the Osage County Court Clerk before retiring and coming to work for Bartlesville Radio. In her spare time, she volunteers to different organizations. Serving on the Pawhuska Chamber Board for several years as past President, Vice President, and Secretary as well as chairing and serving on committees such as the Gala, Indian Taco Championship and Christmas parade. Mary is currently a member of Pawhuska's Chapter of ESA serving as Past President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer and serving as Treasurer on the Pawhuska Literacy Council. She also currently serves on the Board of Bartlesville's Tri-County Technology Center as Deputy Clerk. Other than civic service, Mary has an avid passion for family and loves spending time with her three boys and five granddaughters.