Butch Stearns Biography
Butch Stearns is an eminent American radio and television personality working for Boston 25 News as a sports anchor and reporter.
Additionally, Stearns is also working as a show host for WEEEI sports radio in Boston. Previously, Butch was serving as a sports reporter for WABU.
Butch Stearns Age
Butch was born in Braintree, Masssauchetts, in the United States. However, He has not shared his date or year of birth with the public, He is maybe around 62 years old.
Butch Stearns Height
Butch’s moderate height is 5 ft 7 inches ( approx 1.7m ).
Butch Stearns Education
He attended Braintree High School in 1978 and earned his high school diploma. Butch later joined Stonehill College where and graduated with a bachelor of science in Business Administration with a major in communication and Marketing in 1982.
Butch Stearns Family
Butch was born in Braintree, MA, in the United States to his caring parents Virginia and Arthur French II. Furthermore, Stearns was raised in a family of three children him being the oldest.
Additionally, Butch has a handsome brother Derek, and a pretty sister Leeann. Moreso, his family in honor of his father has had a memorial fund since 1987. Unfortunately, His mother also passed at the age of 84 years on in April 2020.
Butch Stearns Wife
Stearners is married to his pretty wife called Linda for close to three decades. The duo is also proud parents of three all-grown-up nice-looking daughters namely Sophia Leeann, Lillian Rose, and Victoria Virginia
Butch Stearns Salary
Butch’s annual salary is $98,600 per year. This is according to Boston 25 anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Butch Stearns Net Worth
Stearns has an approximate net worth of between $1 million – $5 million.
Butch Stearns Career
He serves for Boston 25 News as a sports reporter and anchor. While working for Boston 25 News, Butch has provided coverage for two Bruins Stanley Cups, six Patriots Super Bowl appearances, three Red Sox World Series, and two Celtics NBA Finals.
During his career, Stearns has also served for WFXT, a Fox affiliate in Boston as the main sports anchor before it was renamed to Boston 25. Initially, in September 1999, he joined Fox as a weekend anchor and sports reporter. However, in 2001, Butch was promoted to the role of the main sports anchor following the departure of Levan Reid.
While working for Fox, He made an appearance as a sideline reporter for the New England Patriots against the San Francisco 49ers during matchup week 17 at Gillette Stadium on the NFL on Fox in December 2004. Unfortunately, his contract in November 2009 was not renewed by Fox.