Troy Leger of Crowley loves God, career
By: Angela Becnel - Staff Writer
Troy Leger is recognized almost everywhere he goes. He is pasionate about his 30 year career as a disc jockey (DJ).
Troy, who is presently a DJ with the well known Acadiana radio station, 94.5 KSMB, loves God and people.
His parents are the late Flo Hoffpauir of Crowley and Irby Leger of Rayne.
His paternal grandparents are the late Sadie and Harold Leger, the latter of which was known for the infamous bar called “Harold’s” in Rayne.
His maternal grandparents are Velma and John Hoffpauir of Crowley.
Troy started first grade at South Crowley Elementary and in second grade, he was rezoned to Ross Elementary. Eventually, he graduated from Crowley High School in 1981 as “most likely to succeed.”
“At 16 years old I started working at KSIG in Crowley,” said Troy.
Continuing to work in the broadcast industry, Troy was also a dorm counselor while at UL. He worked for 16 months as a youth minister of a church and he was working simultaneously at KSMB, KPEL/KTDY and at KLFY.
Additinally, Troy ran Silver Bullet Production as a DJ for eight years. While working as a broadcast journalist for KSMB, he also worked as a DJ at both Scandals Night Club in Lafayette for four years and Graham Central Station in Lafayette for nine years.
“What I love most about my job is tha I can help people to disciminate information in a way that makes life easier,” said Troy. “It makes me feel good if I can put a smile on someone’s face.”