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John Camille 400John has been the "Voice of Antioch" who with his voice talent has assisted in productions of Antioch Intiiative's Multimedia productions.  John grew up in the small western Kentucky town of Hartford. Interested in electronics, he began working at the local radio station at age 15. He was soon employed by a larger regional station in Owensboro, then the campus station at Freed-Hardeman College, and eventually doing top-40 radio in Bowling Green, Kentucky. John enlisted in the United States Air Force in 1977 as an announcer for the American Forces Radio Service, stationed in Zaragoza, Spain. After separating from the Air Force, John completed his B.A. at Freed-Hardeman while working as the campus radio station and recording services manager. He became News Director for a small station in Fulton, Kentucky, later moving to Murray, Kentucky as a newsman and radio talk show co-host.

He became an Air Force officer (space and missile operations) in 1986, but still found time to do occasional training and educational videos and commercial voiceover work. After retiring from active duty, he joined the civil service (working space command and control issues) at Headquarters, Air Force Space Command in Colorado Springs, Colorado. There, he frequently serves as a narrator for military promotion and retirement ceremonies, and local radio and television commercials.

John met Camille, a native of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, at Freed-Hardeman and they married in 1977. They are members of the Pikes Peak church of Christ in Colorado Springs where Camille serves the church as office manager. They are both Bible class teachers and study helpers for World Bible School.

They have two children, Timothy and William.

Find out more about John at: http://johngentryvoiceover.com/


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