About Scott & Dee

Scott & Dee and Friends is a community-oriented radio show with an emphasis on current events, and issues, special guests, caller interaction and plenty of fun and frivolity along the way!

We desire to create a space for people in Spokane and outlying areas to meet and talk about the positive and transformative change within our communities, identify the areas where real change is needed and how to bring about that change in a united spirit with mutual respect for one another.

We invite you to join us for two hours of inspirational, thought-provoking and extraordinarily fun topics every Thursday and Friday morning from 7:00-9:00 on KSBN AM 1230 or livestream us at scottanddee.net.

We look forward to hearing from YOU!

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Meet The Hosts

Dee

Dee

Co-Host

Hi, I’m Dee, a native Spokanite and proud to call the Inland Northwest my home! I’m forever grateful that Jesus got ahold of me and made his own in 1981 and then asked me to share of the hope I found in him through the medium of Christian radio in 1984 while attending college. Little did I know at the time, it would become my lifelong career.

Married to Eric for 34 years now, we have three beautiful grown children, Sky, Jeremiah and Alycia and two loveable dogs, Gabby and Boomer. When the weather is nice, Eric and I like to get out on the open road on our motorcycle. My happy place is in the great outdoors, staying active, hanging out with family and friends, and sharing a good meal and quality time together!

 

Scott

Scott

Co-Host

Scott is a lifetime resident of Spokane and started in radio right out of high school. In the 80’s and 90’s he as known as “Crash” on a rock station and most recently was on the morning show with Dee Marie at Moody Radio Northwest.  His passion is for live and local Christian radio!

Scott has been married to his wife Heather for over 30 years. They have three grown and married daughters and now are raising two miniature poodles, Zivah and Judi.

Outside of work, Scott enjoys studying history, playing piano, attending church at Calvary Spokane, teaching at the Union Gospel Mission and spending time anywhere on the Palouse, the home of his ancestors