Don Morgan has spent over 40 years entertaining the Southern Tier on Binghamton radio stations. Born in Texas, Don graduated from Corning Painted West High School and went to Corning Community College. Broome County is where he decided to lay down roots in 1977. Don, his wife, their adopted greyhounds are proud to call Johnson City home.
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Just how common is your last name? We've got a really easy way for you to find out!
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