Gordon Loesch Biography
American journalist Gordon Loesch is presently employed as an anchor for Fox 11 News WPXI-TV. January 2004 saw him join the group.
Gordon Loesch Age
How old is Loesch? In 2024, Loesch will be 49 years old. Loesch’s birthday is February 3, 1975. His birthday falls on February 3rd each year.
Gordon Loesch Education
Loesch is a Central Michigan University alum. In fifth grade, he began delivering newspapers as part of his news career. Loesch worked as a DJ and newscaster at neighborhood radio stations during his high school years.
Gordon Loesch Height|Weight
Loesch is typically 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs about 70 kilograms.
Gordon Loesch Family
Loesch grew up in Michigan after being born in Jacksonville, Florida. He hasn’t disclosed any information about his family members, though; this is being reviewed and will be updated shortly.
Gordon Loesch Wife
Currently living in Washington County with his family, Loesch is married. He hasn’t, however, revealed any details about his marriage. We are reviewing this data right now and will update it shortly.
Gordon Loesch Kids
Loesch has a daughter with his spouse. He hasn’t, however, revealed any details about his daughter. We are reviewing this data right now and will update it shortly.
Gordon Loesch WPXI-11News
Loesch grew up in Michigan after being born in Jacksonville, Florida. Loesch completed his studies at Central Michigan University. In fifth grade, he began delivering newspapers as part of his new career. In addition to working as a newscaster and DJ at local radio stations throughout his high school years, Loesch started his career in television while still a college student at WWTV in Cadillac-Traverse City, Michigan.
He began his career at WKBN in Youngstown, Ohio, where he worked as a morning and weekend anchor. Later, he relocated to Detroit to work as a reporter and stand-in anchor at WXYZ. In the categories of breaking news, features, and outstanding reporting, he has earned Golden Quill honors from the Associated Press, Michigan Association of Broadcasters, and multiple Emmy nominations.
The flood in Western Pennsylvania in 2004 that Loesch and his photographer saw resulted in the dramatic rescue of a deaf and physically disabled woman who was stuck in a car is the story that sticks with him the most. The rescuer was a police sergeant who was unable to swim.
He traveled to Rome, Italy, to cover the death of Pope John Paul II. He also covered the Virginia Tech shooting massacre, the Sago Mine catastrophe, and Pope Benedict XVI’s visit to Washington, D.C. Among the first journalists on the scene of the 2009 LA Fitness Shooting Spree was Loesch.
Additionally, he has followed Pittsburgh sports fans throughout the nation to Steelers Super Bowl games in Detroit, Tampa, and Dallas as well as the 2008 and 2009 Penguins Stanley Cup Finals. During the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada, Loesch was the lone television correspondent from Pittsburgh. During the 2010 Wings Over Pittsburgh Air Show, he also flew with the USAF Thunderbirds, pulling nine Gs. Loesch resides in Washington County and is married.
Gordon Loesch Salary|Net Worth
Loesch’s earnings from his broadcasting profession are projected to bring in between $70,000 and $125,000 year, and he has a net worth of between $1 million and $5 million.
Gordon Loesch Social Media Platforms
Loesch is frequently spotted posting on his platforms and is quite active on all social media sites. He has 2.9k Instagram followers, 3.1k Facebook followers, and more than 5.8k Twitter followers.