Bob grew up in the Midwest, but made his way to Texas as quickly as he could. He got his start in broadcasting when he got a disc jockey job at a radio station after his sophomore year of high school. Bob worked at various radio stations until he moved to Abilene for his chance in television. Having worked in all the on-air positions in addition to news management, Bob has covered everything from the 9/11 attacks to flooding in Abilene. Though he spends a lot of time at work, Bob enjoys spending his free time with his wife and five children. In September 2012, Bob celebrated 33 years at KTAB News.
Bob’s Fact File
First TV Appearance
A public TV Fund-raiser in 1970 in Detroit, Michigan.
Ronald Reagan, U.S. Senator John Tower, and Bob Segar.
Traveled with Dyess on supply missions to starving citizens of Somalia.
Professional pilot or astronaut.
Favorite KTAB program
NCIS, CSI, and Criminal Minds.
Watching TV, reading, music and aviation.
Steak (medium rare) and BBQ
Favorite Sports Team
Beatles, Chicago, Mama Cass
Tom Clancy and Franklin W. Dixon
Favorite Movie Star
Jimmy Stewart and Tom Hanks
Favorite Vacation Destination