Sheila grew up in the South Memphis Community. Upon graduation from Carver High School, she attended the University of Memphis, where she majored in Broadcast Journalism.
Sheila accepted Christ as her personal savior at Bountiful Blessings COGIC under the leadership of Bishop Gilbert Earl Patterson.
She most recently united with Crusaders 4 Christ, under the leadership of Rev. Andrews R. Smith. Sheila is striving daily to experience a more intimate relationship with Christ. She is not ashamed of the Gospel, and willing to tell every man, woman, boy or girl that she meets: The wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is Eternal Life.
Sheila began her radio career as a volunteer in 1998 at AM 1480 WBBP under the guidance of the Dean of Gospel Radio, Brother James Chambers. She became full time at WBBP in 2000. She joined the staff of WLOK in 2010.
When she is not reading or meditating on the word of God, she loves to go for walks, watch television, going to the movies, dining out, shopping, and hanging out with her family
Delsa Fleming, known as the “Fireball of the South,” has been a personality with 1340 WLOK since 1982. She has received numerous local and national awards. She was awarded with a Stellar Award certificate for her contributions to gospel radio. She has also been recognized nationally among gospel radio’s “Who’s Who in Gospel Music.”
Delsa “Fireball” Fleming is one of Memphis’ most recognizable radio personalities. She has served as Mistress of Ceremonies for numerous programs and concerts throughout the city. She also served as host of a local gospel cable TV show; plus she has conducted many music workshops for various churches in Tennessee, Arkansas and Mississippi. Delsa is a member of the National Gospel Music of America Announcers Guild. She was born in Rossville, Tennessee and currently resides in Memphis. She attended Shelby State Community College where she earned a certificate of achievement for music. Delsa is the mother of three daughters and a son. In her spare time, she enjoys singing and reading.