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 and WJIM in Lansing in 2013.
Chips Made Out of Pickles?
Renk: Does this sound appealing to you?
Do You Want A President That Believes America Was Never Great?
Renk: That is up for you to decide.
Michigan Public School Refuses To Let Date Attend Prom
Renk: When did attending a High School Prom become dependent on where you go to school?
Michigan Attorney General Says She Will Not Enforce Laws
Renk: I want to reiterate that my concern is not about the abortion debate or law it is about...
Road Funding and Auto Insurance Combo Deal In Michigan
Renk: Fast food establishments have combo deals should Michigan consider it?
Might You Soon Be Able To Hunt Sandhill Cranes In Michigan
Renk: Have you every hunted these birds and ate the meat?
Michigan Man Upset Parents Threw Out Porn Collection
Renk: Have some respect dude and hide it from them?
Michigan Completes Mapping Of Off-Road Vehicle Roads
Renk: Are you an avid off-road vehicle (ORV) rider...
Michigan’s Secretary of State ’30 Minute Guarantee’ May Take A While
Renk: Well Jocelyn you did ask us to hold you accountable did you not?
San Antonio Excludes Chick-fil-A Due To Inclusivity
Renk: They do not even realize that excluding people does not make you inclusive.