Dave Carwile is a familiar voice to radio listeners in central Ohio, following a long career in radio and television. Dave is currently an Associate Director of the WOSU Stations on campus, working on projects such as WOSU’s new media center at COSI. A native of Worthington, Ohio, Dave played percussion in The Ohio State University Marching Band from 1975 to 1979. Dave has served as the band’s videoboard designer since 1984 and added the duties of primary announcer and scriptwriter in 1997. He resides in Worthington with his wife Kathleen and son James.
Dave Kaylor is a familiar face in Central Ohio, having recently retired after 25 years as news anchor for Columbus’ WBNS 10-TV Eyewitness News. A native of Upper Sandusky, Ohio, Dave played bass drum in The Ohio State University Marching Band from 1962 to 1967 and was percussion section squad leader in 1966-67. Dave has served as a band announcer since 1985.
Ed Crockett has served as The Ohio State University Marching Band’s field photographer since the 1977 season. Ed also fills in as announcer when necessary and is an advisor for the marching band’s web site. A native of the Cincinnati suburb of Sharonville, Ed was a sousaphone player in the OSUMB from 1968 to 1970 and from 1972 to 1974. He served one season as student photographer and two seasons as assistant public address announcer before assuming his duties as photographer. He resides in Columbus with his wife, Karen, and his youngest son A.J.
Karen Crockett joined husband Ed on the OSUMB photography team in 1979. Karen is a former member of The Ohio State University Marching Band serving as secretary and librarian from 1972 to 1977. A native of Medina, Ohio, Karen is adjunct faculty in Early Childhood Education at Columbus State Community College and resides in Columbus with husband Ed and youngest son A.J.
Ed Thompson joined us in 2005 as recording producer and engineer for The Ohio State University Marching Band. A native of Lancaster, Ohio, Ed was a member of the sousaphone section of The Ohio State University Marching Band from 1974 to 1977. Ed resides in Lancaster with his wife Kris and his dog Ted.
Pam Bork joined us in 1998 as physical therapist for The Ohio State University Marching Band. Pam is currently employed as the Senior Physical Therapist at the Wilce Student Health Center on campus.