Norm Hitzges is an eminent American veteran journalist and author currently working for KTCK in Dallas as a sports talk radio. Before joining KTCK, Hitzges was working for KLIF as a morning sports talk show.
Norm Hitzges Age
Norm was born in Dunkirk, New York, in the United States, on July 5, 1944. He is 77 years old.
Norm Hitzges Height
Hitzges stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 10 inches ( approx 1.78m ).
Norm Hitzges Education
He joined Canisius College on a scholarship which he often describes as the greatest gift of his life. Additionally, Norm also attended the University of Texas where he studied journalism.
Norm Hitzges Family
Norm was born in Dunkirk, New York, in the United States. Despite being a public figure by the nature of his work, He has been secretive about his personal life including the identity of his parents or whether he has any siblings. However, information regarding his family members is i progress and will be updated as soon as available.
Norm Hitzges Wife
He got married in 2011 to his lovely wife Mary. Furthermore, Hitzges is the stepson of Mary’s sons, Alec Danz and Zach. Additionally, his wife loves photography and this has made the couple travel together around the world in places like the Galapagos Islands, Iceland, Africa, and Tuscany. Moreso,
Norm Hitzges Salary
Norm’s annual salary is $100,000 per year. This is according to KTCK anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Norm Hitzges Net Worth
Hitzges has an approximate net worth of $1.2 million.
Norm Hitzges Career
He is currently working for Ktck in Dallas, Texas as a sports talk radio host. Prior to working for Ktck, Norm was serving for KLIF as a morning sports talk show where he spent 15 years. During his tenure at Klif, He served as a morning sports talk show when the latter was only hosted in the evening.
However, He left Klif to join KTCK after the sports show was removed from the Klif program. During his four-decade career in the broadcasting industry, Hiltzges has also served as the television play-by-play voice for the Dallas Sidekicks.
Additionally, Norm was also hired in the 90s’ by ESPN to provide major league baseball commentary. Moreso, Hiltges was also honored by the Dallas All Sports Association and the Texas Baseball Hall of Fame for his expertise in sports broadcasting.
Apart from his role in broadcasting, He is well known for his charitable acts of raising funds for the homeless in Texas through hosting Norm-A-Thon.