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Bob Lebensold

Bob has produced and hosted Environmentally Sound since January 29, 2002.  He is an environmentalist, outdoorsman, singer, songwriter, guitarist and pianist.  He has performed far and wide, and still does from time to time.  Bob has written, produced and directed plays and is currently working on a musical intended for Broadway. 

He contributed to the 2006 Visionaries of the 20th Century from Green Books of Devon, England.  He worked closely with Riane Eisler, Jane Goodall and Lynn Margulis in writing their biographical sketches for this book.  These bios can be accessed by following this link:  

Author of two unpublished novels, Bob wrote a weekly column:  “Outdoors,” from August, 1995–March, 1997, for three editions of Gannett Suburban Newspapers before all editions were combined as The Journal News.

He played the role of Dr. Boyd Myers in the Fleetwood Stage (equity) production of “And Call Me in the Morning.”

Bob is a New York State certified educator, has hosted events at the Weill Recital Hall of Carnegie Hall and at Tavern on the Green, has conducted market research, was an industrial training director, spent many years as hospitality staff at Su Casa resort in West Hurley, NY, has traveled widely and served in the US Army.  His resume would take up too many bytes to cite in full.