Gordon Gibb is one of the most recognized voices in Peterborough, having been on-air in The Patch for 35 years. Born in Toronto, he spent his childhood shuttling with his family between Canada and the US before finally settling in Peterborough in 1976, where he currently lives with his wife Sherrie and two children, Ashleigh and Braeden. His grown sons from a previous marriage are Jason, 36, and Kenn, 33. Fans of improv will often see Kenn performing with the ‘Citiots’ and Improes v. Joes at the Gordon Best. A published author and writer who also operates GordonGibb.com—a freelance writing and voiceover business—Gord is also the longest-serving PA announcer with the PMC, having taken over the booth during the Peterborough Petes’ 1995-1996 season. He was invited to join the Senior Lakers in that same capacity about five years ago. An active volunteer, Gord serves as webmaster for Homegrown Homes, an affordable housing organization in the city. Gord can be heard 2 p.m. - 6 p.m. weekdays on ‘Peterborough’s Greatest Hits’, 100.5 CKRU FM.
Pete Dalliday is a native of Peterborough, Ontario. He currently serves as the TV play by play voice of the OHL Peterborough Petes and the MSL Peterborough Lakers. He was a Laker himself and played in 4 seasons from 1990-1994.
Prior to his current duties, Dalliday called over 1,200 games for the Petes on Kruz FM Radio including over 1,000 consecutively.
When not calling hockey and lacrosse Dalliday does the morning show on 100.5 Kruz FM with Catherine Hanrahan.
Carey Walker is responsible for game promotions and player of the game.
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