Erin Fehlau Biography
Erin Fehlau Age
Erin Fehlau was born in 1973 in Massachusetts, United States of America. She is 49 years old.
Erin Fehlau Height
Erin stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approx 1.68m).
Erin Fehlau Family
Erin was born to her stalwart and caring father and mother in Massachusetts, United States of America. She was brought up along with her lovely brother. Her mother served as an operating room nurse and held positions on AORN for several years.
Erin Fehlau Husband
She is happily married to her beloved husband called Chris A Roach. He is the Executive producer for WCVB. The two are blessed with two good-looking sons and one beautiful daughter.
Erin Fehlau Education
She enrolled at the S.I. Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University where she graduated with her degree in Broadcast journalism.
Erin Fehlau Salary
She bags a desirable salary of $69,935 per year. This is according to WMUR News anchors’ salaries.
Erin Fehlau Net Worth
Errin Fehlau has garnered a lot of wealth from her successful career as a journalist and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Erin Fehlau Career
She is currently working as an anchor at WMUR News (ABC Affiliate) based in Manchester, New Hampshire since September 2001. Currently, she co-hosts NH Chronicle Show, Daybreak show/ News 9 Daybreak along with Sean McDonald. She is also the host of the New Hampshire Chronicle. Prior to joining WMUR, she served as a producer at the Fox affiliate located in Portland, Maine as well as at WB56 based in Boston.
Erin has covered several stories such as the 2012 Super Bowl. While working at WPXT based in Portland, Maine, she broke the news about the drunk driving arrest of George W Bush. Erin’s coverage was honored with numerous awards such as the National Clarion Award as well as the Edward R. Murrow Award for Investigative Journalism.
She received an Emmy Award for Outstanding Newscast Producer while creating “The Ten O’Clock News” at WB56 in 1997. During her college career at Syracuse University, Erin anchored a weekly morning news program known as “SunUp,” which aired on the college’s TV station, UUTV.