Dave Hubbard grew up on the move. His dad served in the military so his family moved around a lot growing up. His grandparents lived in Bethany Beach and that made the Delmarva Peninsula the closest thing to a home he have ever known.
After graduating from Philadelphia Biblical University with a BS in Biblical Theology and a BA in Business Administration, Dave moved up to the mountains of Pennsylvania with some college friends and started a youth group which grew and grew. It is currently a thriving church. Starting youth groups in small towns wasn’t exactly a cost effective way to start saving for his future, and after a year in the mountains they all ended up back with their parents for a while.
Back in Delaware, he began hosting local trivia games, which led to meeting Bill Sammons and others from The Bridge. Dave co-hosted afternoons on The Bridge for a couple years and then moved to evenings. Presently you can catch Dave on the air on the weekends. He also handles audio production for The Bridge.
Dave is married to Candy who is currently working in Pennsylvania, 3 hours away, so they commute back and forth as often as possible. Dave thought he wanted to be a corporate mergers and acquisitions manager which is why he pursued a business degree; but once he realized he didn’t like city living at all, and that’s where most of those jobs were, he went a different direction.
Dave loves to travel! He’s been to all 50 states and almost 20 different countries. He once taught a summer long middle school class called the “art of goofing off” and taught kids how to make balloon animals, juggle, and understand the design choices and rule sets of board games.