Bob moved to Clearwater from New York City in 1955 when he was nine. In 1975, he began working with Clearwater’s WTAN AM & FM as a disc jockey and down the road became its general manager.
He left radio in 1995 and spent the next nearly-five years on the Clearwater city commission, taking office following a special election to replace Mike Dallman that October. He won by a 2-1 margin following a campaign that employed the use of a clever promotional gimmick – handing out Clark candy bars. In 1998, he was re-elected but decided to leave politics when that term expired in March 2001.
Today (2009), Bob continues to own and operate Clearwater Printing, a business venture that he bought in 1983.
1975 - 1995 Other Tampa Bay Area Stations (On Air Personality)
1975 - 1995 Other Tampa Bay Area Stations (Management)