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RJ Harris loves his job!
 
 
Originally from Reading, PA, he has considered Harrisburg home for many years, and is related, according to family folklore, to John Harris, founder of Harrisburg. One day he'll get around to tracking down the family tree.

RJ's full name is Richard John Harris; named after Phillies legend Richie Ashburn because his older twin brothers insisted on it.

He has worked in New York City for NBC.  Also Chicago, Philadelphia, Nashville, and Sacramento. Married to Bonnie since 1972. Three children: Mike, Eric, and Christi, and three grand children: Lydia, Leah, and Lucy.

RJ Harris is also an author! He once weighed 400 pounds and now weights 185. RJ has kept his weight off and has inspired many to lose weight. He is availble to speak to your group about his life-long battle with obesity. Click the cover to learn more.

 
 
Pictured left to right: Dan Steele, RJ Harris, & Bill Mead

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RJ's Honors

- Distinguished Service - Marine Corp League
- NAIFA- National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors "PA Humanitarian of the  Year" 2008

- Capital Area SERTOMA Club- Sertoman of the Year 2008
- Special Olympics PA "State Personality of the Year 1999 and 2009"
- Chapel of the Four Chaplains- Inducted 2003
- UNICEF- Humanitarian Citation from Huge Downs for Earthquake relief
- Governor Robert Casey - Citation for fund raising for flood relief
- Named "Harrisburg's Official Humorist" by Mayor Reed
- Named "The Morning Mayor" by Harrisburg Mayor Reed

-Recipient of Legion of Honor Bronze Medallion from the Chapel of Four Chaplains.

-Recipient of Sevel Seals Award from the National Guard and Reserve


RJ speaks or emcees in excess of 100 events per year and donates any honorarium received to his favorite charity, "Area M Special Olympics" , raising thousands of dollars to date.


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CLICK HERE to listen to RJ's interview with Res-Q about Heart Month.