Milton Glueck

Milton Glueck

Milton Glueck

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Show Date: September 5th, 2018

Download podcast at: Omny.fm

 

Milton N. Glueck
Account Executive, &
On Air Personality

 

Milton Glueck graduated from Winston Churchill High School, where he excelled in Speech and Debate and was known as the guy with the weird convertible (1964 Corvair). A transplant from New Orleans, Milton quickly took to San Antonio and when he wasn’t honing his Oratory or Debate skills, he could often be found at local haunts Chris Madrid’s, Joe’s Hamburgers, or Tip Top Cafe.

After graduating from Churchill, he went to Austin where, while getting a BA in English at The University Of Texas, he joined Alpha Phi Omega, a Co-Ed Service fraternity based on the principles on the Boy Scouts.

It was in Alpha Phi Omega that Milton obtained a love for helping the community. He became Service Vice-President and then President of the Alpha Rho chapter. In those leadership positions he learned and enjoyed working with and organizing a diverse group of men and women to help with service projects throughout the Austin area.

At the graduation ceremony, Milton was first in line to lead his graduating class to receive their diplomas. You’ll have to listen to find out why. He then went to Amarillo to work for the American Cancer Society driving through and working in towns like Hereford, Dumas, Dalhart, and Canyon.

He came back to San Antonio… wait a minute, I’m giving the whole story away. If you want to know more, you’ll have to listen to the interview.

You’ll learn how he got into radio? Was he the Memphis Milt you heard on KSYM? And, did he always love radio or was this just something he fell into (spoiler alert: it’s the former)?

You’ll learn about how he became the morning show host of KLUP when it played the Greatest Music of All Time.

You’ll learn how he became an on-air host (but not expert) on the Milberger’s Gardening South Texas show.

Is it true that he once shot a man just for snoring? No, that was John Wesley Hardin. But it is true that he’s proud to be a Media Specialist with Salem Media.

It’s true he still loves San Antonio.

It’s true he lives here with his wonderful bride of three years, Laura.

It’s true he still loves radio and helping other through his In the Loop radio show and as an Advisory Board member of the Salvation Army.

For the rest of the story… you’ll just have to listen to the San Antonio Movers and Shakers Show.

About the author:

I took early retirement in 1995 from Kodak and I have been in the real estate business since then. During my Kodak career my family lived in six states and we owned thirteen homes. I held positions as Food Trade Manager, Attractions Manager for Florida, Director of Sales Promotion, National Account Manager to HEB Grocery Company and National Sales Manager – US Military – Worldwide. In the twelve years since I retired from Kodak, I’ve been in the real estate business. My entry into the business was through two major agencies; one a local upscale boutique company and the other a very large local operation of a national franchise. I found both (plus most others in the business) to be more oriented towards gross sales and less towards taking care of the needs of the consumer. As a result, I formed my own company. I have three agents besides myself in the company and two staff personnel. Approximately ninety percent of our business comes from direct referrals plus we represent all of the relocating employees for three corporations. Each week I host the area real estate show, Real Estate Focus, on NewsTalk 930 KLUP, Saturdays at 11:00am. The show also streams live on my web site , http://www.HeartofTexasRealty.com and on http://www.KLUP.com. In addition, Bjorn Dybdahl, owner of Bjorn’s Home Entertainment, http://www.Bjorns.com and I host the San Antonio Movers and Shakers Show that airs at 10:00 am each Saturday from the same station and web sites. The real estate show deals with area real estate information and the SA Movers and Shakers show honors the education, business, civic, and public leaders who keep the entrepreneurial spirit alive in our city.

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