Welcome to LoudounTimes.com
Loudoun Times-Mirror

Radio personality Lisa Herndon leaves WINC FM to join Herndon Police Department’s PR team

Lisa Herndon worked at WINC FM for seven years. Facebook/Lisa Herndon Broyhill
Well-known radio personality and Loudoun County native Lisa Herndon has resigned from WINC (92.5 FM) after seven years with the local station.

Friday was Herndon's final appearance on the WINC Wake-Up Show. She is leaving her position to become a public information specialist for the Herndon Police Department.

“This is the hardest Facebook post I have ever had to write,” Herndon wrote on the social media site this morning. “Over the past seven years The WINC FM listeners and my coworkers have become family. I have my dream job and have the best friends. That's why it is so hard for me to tell you that today is my last day on The WINC Wake Up Show. In an ideal world I would stay on The WINC Wake Up Show until the day I retire. But it just wasn't realistic for me and my family.”

Beyond her radio profession, Herndon frequently made appearances and spoke at community events and festivals. She attended Broad Run High School.

“You have become my friends, my family, my most favorite memories, and I can't just walk away from that,” Herndon noted. “So while I will no longer be here on the radio with my best friend Barry, I will be at your parties and your events, at lunches and dinners and will stay connected with you. The images in this photo represent my favorite memories, my favorite people, my favorite experiences, and my family. Saying 'thank you' isn't enough. But I will say it anyway. Thank you. And I love you.”

Herndon's fans quickly chimed in with well-wishes on Facebook.

"You've been a great team with Barry, and hearing your camaraderie in the AM will be missed," wrote Stephanie Joumas. "Herndon PD is lucky to get you."

"Sad to hear you are leaving but best of luck on your new endeavor!" wrote Allison Metzger.

WINC is an adult contemporary station licensed to Winchester. It is owned and operated by Centennial Broadcasting and has an office at the Village at Leesburg.

Comments


Seems like a nice person..good luck in new job.


Important news.  Thank you.

Post a comment

Commenting is not available in this channel entry.

Comments express only the views of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of this website or any associated person or entity. Any user who believes a message is objectionable can contact us at ltmeditor@loudountimes.com.

More News

As Seen IN PRINT
The Loudoun Times-Mirror

is an interactive, digital replica
of the printed newspaper.
Click here for all e-editions.
Email UPDATES