Jack, Bruce and Abby in the Morning
- South Bend, IN
More informationJack has called South Bend home for 56 years now. One of the highlights of Jack's youth was meeting Dick Biondi ? a radio hall of famer credited with being the first US Disc Jockey to play the Beatles. Though he worked for WLS out of Chicago, he was doing a local broadcast, and Jack saw the crowd and wanted to know what was going on. Boy was he surprised to see Dick Biondi there! Right then and there, at the ripe old age of 10 Jack knew wanted he wanted to be when he grew up: a disc jockey.
In 1974, Jack graduated from Vincennes University poised to begin a career in Broadcasting. He started part time at WRBR-FM and WJVA-AM. He continued his career path at WAMJ, and then Studio A Advertising. It wasn't long before he landed the gig he's now famous for: the Sunny 101.5 Morning Show
Jack is married to Nancy, and has 2 daughters, Jenelle and Stephanie. One of Jack's best known hobbies: watching the Chicago White Sox.
Listen to Jack Reichert during the Sunny 101.5 Morning Show, weekdays from 5:30 a.m.-9:00 a.m. Jack is well known for his antics during the morning show, but is perhaps lesser known for playing air-guitar during his Lunchtime 70s Show, weekdays from 12:00 ? 1:00 p.m. Jack started his career as a DJ at Sunny 101.5 in 1987; and the rest, as they say, is history.