Lori Burkholder Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, WGAL
Lori Burkholder Biography
Lori Burkholder is an American news anchor and reporter presently serving WGAL as a news reporter. In 1989, She joined WGAL and over the years she has served in different capacities including producing and hosting Susquehanna People.
Lori Burkholder Age
Lori Burkholder was born in Dauphin County, United States, on September 26, 1969. She is 51 years old.
Lori Burkholder Height
Burkholder stands at a height of 5 ft 7 inches ( Approx 1.7 m).
Lori Burkholder Education
She joined the University of Millersville in Pennsylvania and graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in Broadcast Journalism.
Lori Burkholder Family
Despite being a well-renowned news anchor and reporter, She has been secretive about her private life regarding the identity of her family members including her parents and siblings in the public eye. Though, we shall update this part once there are new details concerning her family.
Lori Burkholder Husband
She has been married since 2001 to her husband Jeff Goss. Her husband serves as an attorney. During St. Patrick’s day, Her husband proposed to her a few years ago. The duo has two amazing children namely Taylor born in 2005, and Tommy born in 2006.
Lori Burkholder Daughter
Lori and her handsome husband are proud parents of two children, a daughter, born in 2005 called Taylor, and a son named Tommy born in 2006. The duo resides in Pennsylvania, Lancaster.
Lori Burkholder Salary
Lori earns an annual salary of $98,244. This is according to WGAL anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Lori Burkholder Net Worth
Burkholder has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Lori Burkholder Career
She co-anchors every weekday from 4:30 a.m to 7 a.m for News 8 Today. In 1989, Lori joined WGAL and over the years she has served in different capacities including anchoring News 8 at Noon, hosting and producing Susquehanna People, and also reporting for the evening newscast. In July 2019, She celebrated 30 years of serving at WGAL.
During her career in journalism, Burkholder has won various AP and Emmy awards on a variety of issues. Additionally, She has reported from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, that the aircraft of the 193rd Special Operations Wing, provided coverage of the Olympic Games of 2006 and 2008, and also gave viewers an inside look at death row.
Lori has also secured interviews with local and national politicians and celebrities. Her favorite coverage is reporting on the stories that affect people in their daily lives. When she is not at working place, Lori enjoys running, renovating her home built in the 1750s, and also speaking at many events.