Bob Lick is a team leader, shift manager and the head of our sheet music department. He has had a lifelong association with learning and performing music from an early age (he has specific recollections of singing when he was 4), piano lessons, and playing low brass instruments (tuba, baritone, trombone), starting in grade school and playing in other groups like the Elks Band, HS Jazz Band, a dixieland band (Heine's Happy Five), and a "garage band" (October's Children) through high school. He began his professional career at the age of 16 when he began directing the High School and Adult Choirs at his church. Bob did his undergraduate and graduate work at UWM and has taught and directed at the elementary, middle school and high school levels. He has directed Community Choirs and a professional jazz choir (the Cream City Singers).
50 years after he began his church choir career he is still involved in church work as a director and performer.