Gene Deckerhoff is an American journalist currently working for the NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers as a radio play-by-play announcer since 1989.
Before, Deckerhoff served for Florida State Seminoles athletics as the longtime broadcaster. Gene serves with previous FSU fullback William Floyd for football games.
Deckerhoff also has broadcast games for the Tampa Bay Storm and the Arena Football League’s Orlando Predators as a television play-by-play announcer.
Additionally, He also served for EA Sports Madden NFL, NCAA Football plus Arena Football video games as the P.A. announcer.
Gene Deckerhoff Age
Gene was born in Jacksonville, Florida, in the United States, on May 2, 1945. He is 76 years old.
Gene Deckerhoff Height
Deckerhoff stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 9 inches (Approx 1.75 m).
Gene Deckerhoff Education
After completing his primary and high school education, Gene joined the University of Florida. Deckerhoff was admitted into the Florida Sports Hall of Fame, in 2000, and Gene became inducted into the Florida State University Athletics Hall of Fame in 2002.
Gene Deckerhoff Family
Gene was born to his caring parents in Jacksonville, Florida, in the United States. At the moment, He has not shared any details regarding either his parents or if he has siblings. We will update you on this section as soon as we have clear facts about his family members.
Gene Deckerhoff Wife
He is married to his pretty and caring wife Ann Deckerhoff. The duo during football season loves to travel from Tallahassee to Tampa when His teams are playing home games. The couple has three children namely Dennis, Emerson, and Eric, and six grandchildren.
Gene Deckerhoff Salary
Gene’s annual salary is $81,798 per year.
Gene Deckerhoff Net Worth
Deckerhoff has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Gene Deckerhoff Career
He works for the NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a post that Gene has held since 1989 as a radio play-by-play announcer.
Before, Deckerhoff served for Florida State Seminoles athletics as the longtime broadcaster. He serves for football games with previous FSU fullback William Floyd.
He has been reporting to both the Bucs and ‘Noles concurrently since 1989. Besides this, if offers Him an extremely busy weekend schedule (Saturday and Sunday games in various locations), Deckerhoff still manages to do it.
In 2000, He was admitted into the Florida Sports Hall of Fame, and in 2002 Gene became inducted into the Florida State University Athletics Hall of Fame.