Zimmer Radio Stations Raise Honor Flight of the Ozarks Radiothon Record $35,870

Thanks to the generous donations of our listeners, the Honor Flight of the Ozarks Radiothon has raised a record $35,870 to send our veterans to Washington, D.C.

“That is an Honor Flight of the Ozarks record,” said Mike Totten, Public Relations Director for the Honor Flight of the Ozarks.

The radiothon, which aired on 93-3 A-M 560 KWTO, began at 6 a.m. Friday and went until 6:10 p.m.

Although the on air portion of the Honor Flight of the Ozarks Radiothon has ended, you can continue to donate to Honor Flight by clicking here.

It featured live, in studio and recorded interviews with veterans and honor flight reps, including Mike Totten, Chris Nattinger, Pete Rothrock, Rosie Reid, Dr. Tom Lewis, Jack Hamlin, Dale and Bob Dothage, Dave Thater, David Snider, Mike Williamson, Gerald Harris, Pete Rothrock, Jeff Jones, Ned Reynolds, Jim Turney, and Miles Sweeney,

On behalf of Honor Flight of the Ozarks and all our veterans, Thank You!


  1. I am a Local Pastor in the United Methodist Church serving Alpena and Dry Fork just outside Harrison, AR. I plan to donate, and I’m inquiring about are there any opportunities to serve as an escort or attendant to accompany our Veterans on the flight.

    I commend your station for the effort to honor them. I listen to 101.3 daily……. Keep up the good work!
    Mike Bishop

    • Mike, thank you for the kind words on the Honor Flight of the Ozarks Radiothon, and thank you for donating. We had quite a day, with nearly $36,000 raised for Honor Flight. I’m sure the Honor Flight folks are looking for guardians. I would recommend reaching out to them directly at 417-268-9052 or e-mailing them at mail@honorflightoftheozarks.org.
      Don Louzader