A conservative American radio broadcaster who broadcasted on The Rest of the Story for years before winning the Paul White Award. He is widely popular for his right-winged opinions. He was son to Harry Harrison Aurandt and Anna Dagma. His father was policeman and he was killed when he was very young. In 1993 he started his career by reading commercials and the news at KVOO in Tulsa. After that he moved to news casting job at KOMA in Oklahoma City. He served United States Army Air Force for a three months in 1943. After that he worked as anchor newsman for ABC affiliate WENR. Beside broadcasting career he was also avid pilot and he was member of Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association for nearly five decades. He died at the age of 90 at a hospital in Phoenix.
He was a happily married man. His wife was from St. Louis. They first met each other when he was working at KXOK and Cooper came to the station for a some school news program. After that he called her for dinner and proposed her. After years of dating they got tied in marital knot. His wife died at the age of 92 due to leukemia. Together the couple were parents of one son.