Nathan is a Michigan native. He was raised in Otisville (born at the former St. Joseph's Hospital in Flint). Most of his family is still around Mid-Michigan in Davison, Flushing, Midland, Otisville and Grand Blanc. His career in radio took him all around the U.S. Following two years of the pandemic and not seeing his family, he decided to move back to Michigan to spend more time with them. While Nathan was away for 15 years, he still visited regularly to keep up with everything happening in Michigan, especially Flint. He still says "Flint's best days are ahead of it." When Nathan isn't spending time with his White German Shepherd, Myles, he's probably cooking, having tacos for lunch or dinner, road-tripping around the state or watching University of Michigan sports. Go Blue!
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