St. Louis, MO
Paul Arca has been a fixture in St. Louis radio for more than twenty five years. He now interacts with his audience on My 103.3 in the afternoon from 4 to 8 PM. He is also a professional voice actor and commercial producer for the Clear Channel radio family. Paul is credited with the creation of the “Pillow Talk” Nightime radio show. He developed, programmed and hosted the show at its inception in the early 80s. Paul has been emceeing events for the American Cancer Society for many years. He supports the Brian Alexander Lipsey Care for Kids Foundation. Paul is also involved in The March of Dimes, Humane Society of Missouri, and the Eric Westacott Foundation, benefiting spinal cord injury research. Paul is a veteran and active lifetime member of the 82nd Airborne Division’s “America’s Guard of Honor”. He was awarded the National Association of Recruiters and Career Counselors of the United States Armed Forces Veteran of the Year 2004. He received this award for creating entertainment specials for the Armed Forces Radio Network in Iraq. Paul has also been awarded the Missouri Veteran of the Year award that was presented by Mayor Francis Slay. Paul and his wife Kathy enjoy attending and showing their Shelby GT 500 at area car shows. In the spring and summer they can be found camping and fishing. The family pets are a pound hound, Belle, adopted from the St. Louis Humane Society in 2005 and a stray cat, Hobo. Oh Yeah, don’t forget the family rabbit, Lightning.