Kimberly Van Scoy WXII 12 Bio, Age, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, Health
Kimberly Van Scoy Biography
This is what you need to know about Kimberly Van Scoy, an American news anchor currently working at WXII 12 News in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Van Scoy joined WXII on March 23 1998 Kimberly began her career as Kimberly T. O’Neal, the nighttime voice at WLVS, a country music station in Memphis. Her boss: Sam Phillips, a family friend, and fellow churchgoer who discovered Elvis Presley.
Kimberly Van Scoy Age
Kimberly Van Scoy was born on September 16, 1961, in the United States. She is 58 years old as of 2019.
Kimberly Van Scoy Height
- Not Known.
Kimberly Van Scoy Salary
Van Scoy receives an annual salary of $82626. This according to the WXII 12 anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Kimberly Van Scoy Net Worth
Van Scoy has an estimated net worth of $100K U.S dollars. Her career as a news anchor is the primary source of her income.
Kimberly Van Scoy Husband
Kimberly is married to her husband named Don. The couple is blessed with two stepdaughters and the family lives in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Don has a long and successful career with Home Depot. As youthful as Van Scoy looks, some people may be surprised to learn that she is also a grandparent- a job that is not without its opportunities for humor.
Kimberly admits she did not want to be called Grandma when her first granddaughter was born. She decided on the name, Nana instead. That name has since been changed, courtesy of her granddaughter. “My granddaughter can’t say Nana, so she calls me Bananas.”
Kimberly Van Scoy Career
Kimberly works at WXII 12 News in Winston-Salem, North Carolina as an anchor. She joined WXII on March 23, 1998 replacing Kathy Murphy, who left in January for medical reasons and jumped into the country’s 46th largest market, an area of 1.3 million viewers that’s five times larger than Boise’s potential audience.
Kimberly Van Scoy Health
WXII 12 News’ Morning Anchor Kimberly Van Scoy announced June 26, 2020, that she has been diagnosed with congestive heart disease.
“I want to say thank you so much for your kind e-mail and messages,” Kim said Friday. “They have really meant a lot to me.”
The news came as a big shock to Kim, but she reassured everyone that she has the “best of doctors” who are taking care of her.
She adds she has a lot of faith in her medical team — doing exactly what they are telling her to do.
“I want to get well, so, I am going to do what I have to,” Kim said.