Keith Garvin Biography
Keith Garvin works for KPRC 2 News as a News anchor and reporter, she began working here in August 2012, Together with Sara Donchey, he reports at 4 pm as well as on weeknights. He began his career in Reno at KOLO-TV.
Keith Garvin Age
Keith Garvin was born in Texas, the United States on August 24, 1970. He is 51 years old.
Keith Garvin Height
Keith stands at an approximate height of 5 ft 8 in/1.73m tall.
Keith Garvin Education
Keith earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from the Don Reynolds School of Journalism at the University of Nevada, Reno.
Keith Garvin Family
Garvin has kept numb on details regarding his parents and siblings, however, research on this is going on, and soon as clear facts are available will update this section.
Keith Garvin Wife
Keith is a married man to Lisa Bell Garvin, who studied and graduated from the University of Nevada Reno with a bachelor’s degree in business and a major with an emphasis in business economics, she worked as an analyst at Shell for three years, before working at a Katy ISD school and investing in the Katy community. Together they have four kids Kalee, Rileigh, Kendyll, and Raegan. In 2016, Kalee graduated from Baylor University and an acro-tumbling athlete.
Keith Garvin Salary
Keith annually means a salary of $71,924. This is in accordance with KPRC 2 News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Keith Garvin Net Worth
Keith has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Keith Garvin Career
Keith Garvin works for KPRC 2 News as a News anchor and reporter, she began working here in August 2012, Together with Sara Donchey, he reports at 4 pm as well as on weeknights. He began his career in Reno at KOLO-TV and then he worked in Fresno, Raleigh-Durham, as well as Las Vegas.
Previously he worked at CBS 11 based in Dallas-Fort Worth as an anchor, before that he worked at WRC-TV, the NBC-owned station based in Washington, D.C. as an anchor as well as a reporter for three years, prior, he worked for ABC News as a correspondent, he began working here in 2003 and frequently anchored World News This Morning and World News Now. He covered stories on the Super Bowl in 2004 From 2000 to 2001, Hurricane Isabel as well as the Iraq war.
He was among the first journalist to cover a live report on the ambushes of the Army’s 507th maintenance unit as well as the first Marine expeditionary Brigade, he also covered Jessica Santillan’s mishandled organ transplant for WTVD, Danielle Bradberry as Houston’s own America’s Got Talent finalists, the Astros journey to the World Series, Sundance Head.