Renk grew up in the suburbs of Detroit and graduated from Detroit Catholic Central High School and then attended and graduated from Central Michigan University. Renk started his working career in the banking industry in Boston, Massachusetts, a great town for a young person. That led him to a company that sold bond accounting systems to the banking industry and gave him the chance to travel and live all over the United States for eight years. After that, he got married and settled down in Philadelphia to work in a friend's business, helping drug companies deal with FDA compliance. Several years later the family moved from the Philadelphia area back to Michigan to be closer to family, and landed in Battle Creek, Michigan. That's when Renk decided to pursue his life long dream of working as a Talk Radio Host. He started out on WBCK, and added WKMI in Kalamazoo in 2011.
Michigan Football Fans You Have A Long Season In Front Of You
Renk: Last Saturday I went to the Michigan/Army (West Point) football game and...
Michigan Chosen As The Greatest College Football State!
Renk: Can’t argue with math can you, well I know some who would but we will save that for another day.
Michigan and Michigan State Football; How Do They Rank?
Good luck to both the Wolverines and Spartans, just make sure you beat Ohio State!
U of M Beats Vanderbilt With Help From Two Portage Pitchers
Renk: A very interesting side point is the winning pitcher last night was...
No Alcohol On Some Michigan Rivers
Many of us remember our younger days when you and your friends went out on a hot summer day on a Michigan river and let us say partook in a few beers.
Great Lakes Ice Expanding Rapidly
Renk: What is interesting to me is...
Michigan Park Fees Added To Vehicle Registration Renewal
Renk: Looking for inattentive people perhaps...
Michigan Road Kill; What Happens To The Deer?
Renk: Now you know the whole story.
Your Thoughts: U.S.’s $.5 Trillion Debt [Poll]
After an all-time high in collecting taxes, the U.S. is in a $.5 trillion deficit, according to the U.S. Treasury Department. What's your take on the matter?