George Flickinger Biography
George Flickinger is a well-known On-Air personality currently working as a chief meteorologist for WSET, an ABC affiliate based in Virginia since 2011. Before joining WSET, he served as a meteorologist in Oklahoma.
George Flickinger Age
George Flickinger was born in Orange, Texas, in the United States. However, George has not disclosed any information regarding his actual date and year of birth. He is around 41 years old.
George Flickinger Height
George stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (approx. 1.72 m).
George Flickinger Family
George was born and also brought up under the care, love, and support of her devoted and hardworking parents in Orange, Texas, in the United States of America. Nevertheless, he has shared any information concerning his committed parents or whether he has any siblings.
George Flickinger Wife
He is happily married to his beautiful, caring, and supportive wife, Diana Randall. The lovely couple has been living under one roof since they walked down the aisle on March 22, 2015, at Walnut Creek Chapel, in Oklahoma City. The lovely couple currently resides in Virginia.
George Flickinger Education
As soon as he was awarded his High School Diploma, George pursued his dream career at Texas A&M University. He joined the institution and a few years later he was awarded his degree in meteorology.
George Flickinger Salary
He pockets a desirable salary of $96,680 annually. This is in accordance with WSET-TV Chief Meteorologists’ salaries.
George Flickinger’s Net Worth
George Flickinger has successfully amassed his legally acquired fortune over the years he has worked and has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – 5 million.
George Flickinger Career
He commenced his meteorologist career at KTXS-TV in Texas. Nevertheless, two years later he was promoted to the station’s chief meteorologist. He was named “Favorite TV Weatherperson” for four straight years while still working in Texas. Later, he was awarded the American Meteorological Society Seal of Approval, making him the youngest Texas to acquire that distinction.
Later, he moved to Oklahoma, where he studied and also chased after Tornadoes. He started storm chasing in the 1990s and relocated to Oklahoma to chase and study tornadoes. George worked in Tulsa for a period of fourteen years prior to leaving and joining KJRH-TV, where he again served for several years, and then joined WSET-TV. He still works as the station’s chief meteorologist in Virginia.