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This profile was last updated on 3/15/06  and contains information from public web pages.

Employment History

  • Sister Joel Read
  • Moring DJ
  • Morning Host
  • President
    National Forum for Women
  • Radio DJ
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wisbusiness, 15 Mar 2006 [cached]
Milwaukee Press Club: Reitman to receive award at Gridiron Dinner
MILWAUKEE, March 15, 2006 - Bob Reitman, who will retire in December after four decades as a popular radio personality in Milwaukee, will be the emcee and the recipient of a special award at the Milwaukee Press Club's annual Gridiron Awards Dinner on Saturday, April 29.
Reitman recently announced he will retire as the co-host of the "Reitman & Mueller & Amy Taylor Too" morning drive show at FM 94.5-WKTI.Reitman began his radio career in 1966, and it blossomed as the FM dial grew in popularity.He hosted various programs at WUWM, WZMF, WTOS and WQFM before joining WKTI in 1980.
The Press Club will present a Headliner Award to Reitman for his 40 years on the air in Milwaukee.Reitman will join Sister Joel Read, the retired president of Alverno College, who also will receive a Headliner Award at the Gridiron Dinner.Read is a member of the School Sisters of St. Francis.She served for thirty-five years (1968-2003) as president of Alverno College, a women's liberal arts college located in Milwaukee.Under her leadership, Alverno has earned national recognition.Read was named a Presidential appointee to the United States Commission for the Celebration of International Women's Year.She chaired the Commission on the Status of Education of Women for the American Association of Colleges and is a past president of the National Forum for Women.
"Having Reitman as a Headliner Award winner is the icing on the cake of what should be a great night.
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Radio personality Reitman to retire - 2006-02-06, 6 Feb 2006 [cached]
Bob Reitman, who has co-hosted one of Milwaukee's most popular morning radio shows for 24 years, announced Monday morning that he will retire in December from WKTI-FM (94.5).
Reitman informed his show's listeners of his impending retirement on the air at about 6:50 a.m.
"It's been a great run," Reitman said.
The loss of Reitman will be significant for WKTI, which plays adult contemporary music and appeals primarily to women ages 25 to 54.
The station's management is seeking a replacement for Reitman, Schweitzer said.
Reitman, 64, started as the morning host at WKTI in 1980 after a dozen years as a disc jockey on a series of Milwaukee album rock stations, including WQFM-FM, WZMF-FM and WTOS-FM.At WKTI, he was joined in 1982 by co-host Mueller, also a WQFM alum, and the "Reitman and Mueller" show has ranked among the top five Milwaukee radio morning shows ever since.
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"There was a guy standing over by the sound mixing board, and somebody said, 'that's [Grateful Dead soundman] Owsley,'" remembers Milwaukee radio DJ Bob Reitman.
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