About Del DuDuit
Del DuDuit is life-long resident of the Southern Ohio area and an award-winning writer. When he was a sports writer, he won two Associated Press awards for columns he wrote — one was for a column about his interview with Boston Celtics legend Larry Bird. He also won an award from the Ohio Prep Sports Writers Association. As a broadcaster and news director, he won an award from the Ohio News Network.
In 2017, I took home the Outstanding Author Award at the Ohio Christian Writers Conference.
Del has published articles in Sports Spectrum — a quarterly magazine dedicated to highlighting Christian athletes. He interviewed Andy Pettitte of the New York Yankees and recently spent some time with Andy Dalton of the Cincinnati Bengals. He is also a contributing writer for OneChristianVoice.com, Sohiovoice.com, and is also a guest blogger for Almost an Author, and have been published in The Sports Column as well as ToddStarnes.com and in Clubhouse Magazine — a publication of Focus on the Family.
In addition, he writes for PM Magazine, a quarterly publication that highlights the positive aspects of Southern Ohio, where he lives with his wife Angie. They have raised two godly men who are both preachers, and Angie sings and plays piano at Rubyville Community Church.
Del is the author of several books including Buckeye Believer: 40 Days of Devotions for the Ohio State Faithful and Dugout Devotions: Inspirational Hits from MLB’s Best, First Down Devotions and Michigan Motivations and Heart of a Hoosier.
In November 2017, he was honored to receive the Outstanding Author award at the Ohio Christian Writers Conference. Del also took first place in the Blue Seal awards in Short Nonfiction and Inspirational.
In 2019, Buckeye Believer was honored to win second place in the Selah Awards in the category of devotionals.