Roland Lajoie's voice has been heard on radio stations in North-Central Vermont since 1977, including every year on 93.9 WLVB's "Vermont Country Morning" program (5:00-10:00 AM) since the station first signed on in August, 1993. (Click on "Programs" to check Roland's interview guest schedule). Before WLVB made its debut, Roland co-hosted the early morning show on WDEV-AM 550 and FM 96.1. Roland is an avid baseball, Montreal Canadiens and NASCAR/Kurt Busch fan, and along with Greensboro Bend NFL fan Lance Hall, co-hosts WLVB'S ARMCHAIR QUARTERBACKS.  He has been honored for his work on and off the air by the Vermont Association of Broadcasters, Lamoille Region Chamber of Commerce, Lamoille County Farm Bureau, Lamoille Economic Development Corporation and the Orleans County Farm Bureau.  Roland is the father of two grown children (and soon to be a "Father of the Bride").  He and his wife Debbie live in Hyde Park village with their pets Amber and Teaka. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Craig LaddStarting in 1975, Craig Ladd has spent the better part of forty years sharing Country Music with Vermonters. The last two decades as the host of The Craig Ladd Radio Program on WLVB.  As is the case with all small businesses, WLVB staff members must wear many hats. Thus, Craig is the “go to” person when clients have a question about their bill or need help producing an effective radio commercial. He helps with news and sports and, lately, has spent way too much time on the station’s Facebook page. This while coming up with Lunch Bunch Trilogies to air daily.  In his spare time, Craig is married with two daughters, two dogs, a woodstove that needs stoking and lawn that needs mowing.  

AmyAmy grew up in St. Albans and attended BFA-St. Albans. After attending Lyndon State College - she transferred to Trinity College where she graduated with honors. Amy has had a love for radio and worked at several stations before coming to WDEV in 2002. Already accomplished in digital audio production techniques, Amy's experience was vital in transitioning the Radio Vermont Group from the era of reel-to-reel and cart machines to multi-track digital audio. Her writing and production awards have earned her honors in the annual Commercial of the Year awards sponsored by the Vermont Association of Broadcasters. Amy has worked as a disc jockey on a number of Radio Vermont stations and is currently the Afternoon Drive host on WLVB, as well as being Senior Producer/Production Director and Head of Creative Services here at the Radio Vermont Group. Amy also works as a pit reporter for our race team on the American Canadian Tour Racing network, as well as working for NASCAR with the Performance Racing Network, and freelance audio production. And for fun, well Amy is an AVID Strangefolk fan, seeing well over 300 of their shows, and attending festivals and concerts as often as possible. She also is a lover of large dogs, (Neapolitan mastiffs). Amy’s philosophy is “Go Big, Go Loud, Go Fast!”

Bill Slocum was first exposed to radio at the college station of Purdue University. Upon returning home from college, he attending and graduated from the Connecticut School of Broadcasting.  He moved to Vermont in 1995 and is currently the Network Administrator for the local school district. Bill joined WLVB ten years ago, playing classic country music on weekends and hosting the Sunday Morning Revival, a two hour bluegrass show. Bill takes the most pride in being a father to two wonderful young adults.

As a proud community member of the Morrisville community, Jeff has dabbled in the music industry for the last 20+ years in Lamoille County. An avid supporter of the local music scene, record collector, scenester, father & BASEBALL enthusiast.  Jeff can be heard on Saturdays and is an occasional weekday substitute host when he's not working his fulltime job at Johnson State College.


Brent CurtisBrent Curtis started in radio at WSKI IN Montpelier in the early 70’s he went on to KTJO in Ottawa Kansas. Brent has been a play by play announcer in Central Vermont for over ten years. Whether it is college basketball, volleyball or football or high school football, basketball and cross country Brent has had the call. Brent has been calling WLVB high school basketball broadcasts since 2003, and in 2012 he was awarded “Media Person of the Year” by the Vermont High School Basketball Coaches Association. Brent continues to serve as the Communications Director for the Vermont Dept. of Transportation.  He lives in Montpelier.

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