Mark Koelbel Biography
Mark Koelbel is a prominent American journalist currently serving at KUTV in Salt Lake City, Utah as their News Anchorman since July 1997. Furthermore, he has been awarded several awards from RTNDA, Associated Press, and United Press International. He has been awarded Best Spot News Coverage, Best Newscast, and Best Enterprise Journalism.
Mark Koelbel Age
Mark Koelbel was born in the United States. He seems to be around 60 years old, although details about his hometown and actual birth details are currently unavailable.
Mark Koelbel Height
Mark has a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx. 1.7m).
Mark Koelbel Family
Mark was born and raised under the care, love, and support of his dedicated and hardworking parents in the United States of America. Nevertheless, he is a private man and has kept information with respect to his parents and siblings away from the limelight. We are keeping an eye on this compartment and we will give you a timely update once we acquire any steadfast information from reliable sources.
Mark Koelbel Wife
He is blissfully hitched to his stunning and caring wife Pamela Wilkie Koelbel. His wife currently serves as a nurse manager, nursing educator as well as a certified family nurse practitioner. She is 63 years born and brought up in Nebraska.
Mark Koelbel Education
Soon after attaining his high school diploma from a local high school, Mark enrolled at the University of Pittsburgh studied for several years and finally graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Broadcast Journalism.
Mark Koelbel Salary
He receives an ample salary of $96,970 annually. This is in accordance with KUTV news anchors’ salaries.
Mark Koelbel Net Worth
Mark has victoriously amassed decently acquired wealth over the years and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – $5 Million.
Mark Koelbel Career
At this present moment, he serves as a News Anchorman at KUTV based in Salt Lake City, Utah since July 1997. Mark is best recognized for showing passionate interest in the community and his expertise in covering reports. Throughout his career as a journalist, his most memorable stories were covering the Gulf War and Hurricane Hugo.