Bob Lacey, co-host
Bob Lacey is the long suffering partner of Sheri Lynch on the syndicated "Bob and Sheri Show” heard in forty plus markets in the U.S., and in Europe and Asia on Armed Forces Network. Bob began to lose all sense of good judgement when he voluntarily left a cushy job as a reporter for the lifestyle TV show "PM Magazine", where he traveled throughout America, Europe and often the South Pacific, interviewing swimsuit models, yacht designers, champion surfers, and celebrities. The end of day would find him chatting up locals in the hotel bar, all on the company dime!
In what his friends would call "His Bonehead Award Moment", Bob gave that all up to return to the trenches of morning radio, with a woman who points out his so-called "weaknesses" at every given opportunity. Additionally, he has to hear about her children, husband, and cats, more than any man should be asked to endure. Dick Cheney was quoted as saying, “That is too much to do to any man."
Lacey's only excuse was "I have a wife and kids."
Although he has been nominated for radio's highest award, '"Syndicated Personality of the Year" nine times, he has never won. Radio insiders have said, once you have won "Bonehead of the Year", a Marconi can be elusive.
Sheri Lynch, co-host
Sheri Lynch is an award-winning broadcaster who fully expects to panic and be eaten first in the coming Zombie Apocalypse. A Philly native who was raised in a remote corner of northwestern Wyoming, you’d think she’d have a little more game when it comes to the undead. Especially since she’s carved out a unique career in the radio business, co-hosting the syndicated Bob & Sheri show, heard in 40-plus markets in the US, and around the world on the Armed Forces Radio Network. Sheri is also the author of two best-selling books and has a Master’s degree in social work. She puts that degree to use all day long, both in the studio and at home where she and her husband Kevin lay claim to 8 or 9 kids, a small herd of dogs, and an entire battalion of cats.
Keeping This Thing on Air
Max Sweeten, Director
Max is the caffeine addicted internet obsessed director of the Bob and Sheri show. He has performed with various improvisational comedy groups and acted in over 30 plays and appeared in national TV commercials for Sears, Ford and Aanco. Max also has an extensive resume of voiceover work for several national companies.
In his spare time his hikes loves road trips and apparently has cut and pasted part of this from his Match Dot Com profile.
Todd Haller, Producer
Todd came into the world as the "unplanned" child of Jackie and Herm. After a brief stint of "studying" at Arizona State University, Todd continued his unplanned lifestyle by joining the exciting and unpredictable world of broadcasting. Working in Charlotte, State College, Augusta, Kansas City and Charleston, Todd achieved Music Director and Program Director status - and shocked his parents by earning a nomination as Music Director of the year from Billboard magazine. Todd returned to Charlotte to join the Bob & Sheri show as producer. When Todd's not juggling the phones, social media, and logistics for Bob & Sheri show, he's carpooling ungrateful teenagers to baseball tournaments and cheerleading competitions. He's a wizard with a crockpot, the master of the Fry Daddy, and fearless when it comes to fireworks. But the sad truth is, he's not a natural blonde.
Lamar Richardson, Bud Man turned Movie Reviewer
Lamar was a regular caller to Bob & Sheri early on. He was always ready wity a funny line and huge laughs. He’s a total movie and TV buff, so it was logical to crown him “The People’s Movie Critic.” Lamar’s movie reviews are heard every Friday morning. Lamar continues to contribute to the show on a regular basis. But he’s never quit his day job at the Budweiser Distributorship.