Liz and Chris

     

     Liz Bell
    liz bell

    Liz is originally from North Carolina but has been heard on Central Pennsylvania radio since 2004.  A graduate of the University of NC at Greensboro, she has a degree in fashion design.  (Her mother is still trying to figure that one out.)  Liz is extremely open about her life and experiences but is probably best known for her ability to uncover celebrity gossip before anyone else.  Liz is a single mom with two beautiful daughters, Madison and Lexie.  Her interests include traveling, pinterest, shoes, things that sparkle and Channing Tatum.

    Chris Tyler

    chris tyler

    I was born in New Jersey but moved 9 times during my life.  I’ve also lived in Florida, Michigan, Massachusetts, New York and Pennsylvania.  I get bored easily.  In fact, I spent my high school years living outside of Philadelphia where I became a Phillies and Eagles fan.  Although that has been tough many years!  Now I live right here in the Susquehanna Valley!  I’m married to my wife Deb and have two children-Steve and Robin.  When I’m not working I run marathons and compete in MMA events.  Okay, in real life I love to spend time at our neighborhood pool and recreation club.  We also like to hike in a local state park!  I’m a sports fan so I attend football and baseball games and watch a ton of them on TV.  It’s hard for me to choose a favorite type of music!  I like many different types!  Except maybe Gangsta Rap.  I have to draw the line somewhere. 🙂

     

     

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