Eddie Huff, co-host of The Pat Campbell Show on Tulsa's 1170 KFAQ, is leaving the airwaves. After six years on the radio, Huff made the announcement today:
To all of my Tulsa friends and KFAQ fans, I wanted you to hear from me before the rumor mill began running wild. First of all, yes it IS true today was my last day as a regular on the Pat Campbell show.For a brief period, Huff had his own local show on KFAQ, but the majority of his involvement has been as co-host and fill-in for Pat Campbell. Recently, Huff has also filled in for nationally syndicated talker Todd Schnitt (also aired on KFAQ - Campbell has filled in for Schnitt as well).
Back in 2010 when Pat first invited me on and then Brian Gann offered me a noon show, I said, "Lord as long as you want me here I will stay. When you no longer want me here I am ready to go." I have actually been tempted many times over these 6 years to quit, BUT did not get that release. Today that release came.
As the saying goes, "If God closes one door He opens another." For now I will enjoy sleeping in, and focusing on some ministry that I have been working on for some time, as well as my insurance agency.
I do want to thank Pat Campbell and KFAQ for welcoming me and giving me the opportunity to share my thoughts and ideas for the past 6 years. I ask you to continue to support Pat and his show. He is a great and kind man, despite his persona and it has been my extreme pleasure to argue with him over these 6 years. He is a TRUE friend.
I will still be active on Facebook, Twitter and my blog NewBlackThought.blogspot.com.
Blessing and grace to all!