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Song Writer.  Performing Entertainer.  Recording Engineer.  Production Manager.  Ronnie has worn plenty of hats during his skill development stage.  He gives only high level performance, with a desire to grow and learn in what ever position or job he is confronted with.  Presented here are his five major attributes.  You can see for yourself how they could benefit anyone’s business aims:


Ronnie graduated from Greenville High in 1969—a young man majoring in Music Theater, and Art.  In 1981 he completed the triple play—Communications Electronics Specialist, Radio Television and Video Electronics Specialist— ITT, Grand Rapids MI.

In January of 87 Ronald graduated from the National Institute of Technology in Grand Rapids, with majors in computer programming, computer repair, and software design.  Advance placement started him at 3rd quarter.  His final grade point was 3.47.  With awards in perfect attendance.


If you hire Ronnie, you get a employee who doesn’t have to take his work home with him.  His work IS his home. He is the owner of a Digital Tuned Audio Recording Facility.  The studio was designed with the help of his IBM PC and is equipped Tascam 24 channel mixing console,  Fostex studio monitors,  Kurzweil K2500, acoustic and electric guitar and effects for musical production.  Everything needed to be a modern up to date work at home environment.

The studio provides many services;  internet  mail, computer support, recording CD’s, jingles and radio commercials.    A variety of products  range from; designing restaurant menus, printing various resumes and reports, word processing, computer programming, and everything needed to create a complete music bed for television or radio production.  Ronnie has over 10000 hours logged as an audio producer/engineer.  He has written over 100 original songs. Including a Three act Opera, movie themes, pop  songs, and commercial music beds.


Put his past experience together, and you will see a man who knows the nuances:

2013 – 2016  Belding Michigan.  Center Stage Band.

2010 -2012  Rocky Lake Recording Studio, Working on new recordings of classical and Jazz piano music

2010 -20 11 Gypsy Band, Keyboard, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Harmonica, Lead Vocal

2009 Fat Boy Band, Keyboard, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Harmonica, Lead Vocal

2008Get The Cat Band, Keyboard, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Harmonica, Lead Vocal

1999 –   2007 Mane St. Band, Keyboard, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Harmonica, Lead Vocal

1996 – Capital Heating & Cooling, Grand Rapids, MI. Service and HVAC Tech. EPA Certified Technician Type I & II. Crew Chief.

1990 – 1992  WRIZ FM Radio 106.3 Lakeview Michigan. Chief Operating Engineer/ Production Manager, Copy Writer.

1990 –  1991     Five Platters Inc. Las Vegas, Recording Engineer  “The Hit Men” Show Band.  Entertainer/Manager.  The “Platters” sang back up vocals on Ronnie Lee’s original for MADD Mothers Against Drink Drivers “Red Ribbons”.

1987 – 2015 Rocky Lake Production Facility, Coral MI. Owner. Computer Consultant.  Telecommunications Research. Training Supervisor. Engineer.  Commercial Writer. Studio Musician.

1984 – 1985  Q-102 Radio. Big Rapids, MI. Announcer.  Copy Writer.  Audio Engineer.  Commercial Producer.

1979 – 1985  Northern Star.  24 Track Recording Studio, Mecosta, MI.  Audio Engineer. Music Producer.  Writer.  Video Production Director.

1983 – 1984  Ronnie Lee’s Almost Live.  Greenville, MI. Musical Director and Manager of professional touring entertainment dance band.

1983 – 1984  AZZ-IZZ Recording Studio, Grand Rapids, MI. General Manager.  Credited with redesigning and installation of recording facility.

1980 – 1981 Mecosta Michigan. The Hot S0up Band

1977 – 1978    Las Vegas. Reno. Lake Tahoe.  Singer, Keyboard Player in the Cool and Classy band, and John Adkin’s Elvis Show.  Live Audio Engineer. Lighting Technician.

1975 – 1976 Reno Nevada. Robin Turley Show.

1975 – Brentwood California. The Crossroads Country band

1969 – 1975  Bentwood California. The Easy Band.  Performed all original songs from the rock opera “Rock A Musical Experience”.  Turn down offer from Eddy Money to play Keyboards.

1964 – 1969  Lakeview Michigan. The Soul Generation.  Played cover material and work along with the band Terry Night and the Pack which later changed their name to The Grand Funk Railroad.


Ronnie has spent a good deal of his life continuing his education, but his development hasn’t been limited to one line of business.  As a radio announcer road manager, music writer, copy writer, and entertainer, he has developed the kind communication skills your organization can put to good use.  As an electronic specialist along with his knowledge in computers he has a grasp on the future.  He knows the importance of team play and the role of effective communication in team success.


Creativity and responsibility can seem an odd combination, depending on your experience with professionals in the field, but Ronnie displays both qualities.  Ask any former or current work associate.  The real test is how well a person and his reputation stands up through time.

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  1. Hello Ronnie Lee. It’s Mike Kaufman, keyboard man at First Presbyterian on E Main, Ionia. I was searching online for Jim Killion. He was great to find and give us a bunch of tambourines for our youth (mostly in Ionia’s Head Start program).
    Would you have his phone, address, email address or some way I can reach him? I seek out vocalists for our Sunday service.

    Mike Kaufman
    Sparta, MI (long drive each Sunday)

    1. Jim Killion 616-523-1150 is the only contact info I have for him…

      BUT… I do have something for your to look at…I spent the last 5 years writing a Christian book for grade school children…I would love to have you check it out and get some constructive criticism…go to the web page… ….click on, “For generations to come” SNEAKY PEAKY….the password in all caps is LETMEIN…check out the table of contents…

      “For GENERATIONS to come” is a historically accurate novel based on the Knauss family tree starting in 1546 Hessen Germany spanning almost 500 years to the present day in the United States of America. This digital book is written for the grade school readers and they can view it from any cell phone as easily as a video game. True life experiences and historical facts are blended together in a new way that only can be presented in a digital book format. The reader can follow the story line as it is shaped by events that happened in history. “For generations to come” tries to encourage the young reader to learn more about their own personal history and it can be enjoyed by all ages.

      The story line is like a Tom Sawyer/Nancy Drew book. It has action and tall tales for the boys and at the same time romance and mystery for the girl readers.
      As you read the text you will see hot button hyperlinks that will connect the reader with other text that relates to the story.
      This project was written for grade school children 8 thru 12 and it is designed to be viewed from their cell phone.

      The novel is written like a Hitchcock film or an old 1930s murder mystery…you think you know who “has done it,” until the cliff hanger endings that are throughout the story line. Many pictures of the times help tell the story and they can be enlarged by clicking on them.

      There are three goals in the mission statements here:
      1. to encourage young people to seek out the Lord Jesus Christ
      2. to have a personal relationship with HIM
      3. to stimulate young people to be interested in their own history…if they are interested in their personal history, then all of history, is their history.

      May the Lord bless you for your time looking at my work and helping me reach these three goals.

      Ronnie Lee 231-354-6308

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