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Harry Hurley

Harry Hurley was born in Atlantic City on June 19, 1960. At the age of 19, Hurley became one of the youngest full-time newspaper staff writers in America, earning his staff byline at The Press of Atlantic City. Harry then enjoyed a 10-year career as an Atlantic City Hotel Casino Executive, serving at the highest level of the casino industry. Harry's broadcasting career began on July 1, 1991, on WFPG 1450 AM when he introduced his evening talk show – which shortly thereafter became “Hurley in the Morning.” Hurley’s first guest was New Jersey Governor Jim Florio. Harry is married and lives in Egg Harbor Township with his wife of 31 years, Margie. They have three adult children; Kristin, Lauren and Robert and grandson Noah Hurley Baker.

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