Angela Kennecke Biography
Angela Kennecke is a well-reputed American journalist currently serving as an investigative reporter/anchor at KELO-TV based in Sioux Falls, South Dakota since October 1989. Moreover, she founded Emily’s Hope in September 2018. She has also authored a book titled The Day His Heart Stopped Crying.
Angela Kennecke Age
Angela Kennecke was born on 30th March in the United States of America. She is around 55 years old, although details regarding her actual year of birth remain a mystery to the public domain.
Angela Kennecke Height
Angela stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (Approx 1.65 m).
Angela Kennecke Family
Angela was born and brought up by her caring and dedicated father Roger Koehnecke, and mother Dianne Koehnecke in the United States of America
Angela Kennecke Husband
She is happily married to her lovely husband called Jeff Rink who works in Sioux Falls, South Dakota as a real estate agent. She is a proud mother of four children namely Abigail Groth, Adam Groth, Jordan Rink, and the late Emily Groth. Emily died at the age of 21 due to an overdose on May 16, 2018. The official cause of her death was fentanyl poisoning.
Previously, Angela was married to Todd Groth. The pair had three children namely Abigail Groth, Adam Groth, and the late Emily Groth.
Angela Kennecke Education
She enrolled at the Campus of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa where she graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism. Moreover, Angela attained her master’s degree in Communications Management from Webster Campus in St. Louis, Missouri.
Angela Kennecke Salary
She earns a satisfactory salary of $89,429 per year. This is in accordance with KELO-TV investigative reporters/anchors’ salaries.
Angela Kennecke Net Worth
Angela Kennecke has successfully stockpiled her legally acquired fortune over the years she has worked and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million – $5 million.
Angela Kennecke Career
She is currently serving as an investigative reporter/anchor at KELO-TV based in Sioux Falls, South Dakota since October 1989. Moreover, she founded Emily’s Hope in September 2018. She has also authored a book titled The Day His Heart Stopped Crying.
Previously, she spent a short time at KGAN-TV based in Cedar Rapids, Iowa before she was hired at KCLO-TV as the Rapid City bureau reporter in October 1989. Before that, she worked as an Adjunct Instructor at South Dakota State University. There, she designed and taught courses in the graduate and undergraduate schools of journalism.