Sheldon L. Lebold is a lifelong resident of the Chicagoland area. He graduated from the University of Chicago with a Bachelor of Arts Degree and from the University of Chicago Law School as a JD in 1960.
He is a practicing attorney, specializing in transactional law. He is highly involved with Jewish religious heritage. He has sung in synagogue choirs and is currently both a Baal Koray (Torah reader) and Baal Tekia (shofar blower). He and his wife, Ronda, were honored with the State of Israel Bonds Achievement Award (being Persons of the Year). Other accomplishments include actively pursuing the incorporation of a local community which later became a village. His secular interests include being a classical music aficionado and a die-hard Chicago Cubs baseball fan.