Charley Walters Biography
Charley Walters works as a reporter as well as a columnist, for the Saint Paul Pioneer Press newspaper. Also, he is a former American Major League Baseball pitcher, Walters played for the Minnesota Twins in 1969.
Charley Walters Age
Walters was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the United States of America on February 21, 1947. He is 75 years old as of 2022.
Charley Walters Height
Walters stands at an average height is 6 ft 4 in/1.93m tall.
Charley Walters Family
Walters’s parents are Bertha worked as a nurse and Charles Walters was a custodian for Minneapolis public schools, they got him in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the United States of America. He was raised together with his four younger siblings, Three brothers; Dick, Steve, and Danny, and a sister named Yvonne. The family resides in a home in northeast Minneapolis, at 3234 Hayes Street.
Charley Walters Wife
Walters is a happly hitched man to Paula Kelly. Paula Kelly works at Healtheast Care System in Woodbury, Minnesota as a pediatrician. They tied the knot on May 25, 1974. The couple is blessed with three kids, who all reside in Mendota Heights, Minnesota.
Charley Walters Kids
Walters and Paula are blessed to have three kids; Kelly was born On September 10, 1989. On May 30, 1981, Caitlin was born and Charles came on September 25, 1978.
Charley Walters Education
Walters attended central Minnesota St. Cloud State University. However, he attended the University of Minnesota and spent the entire school year there. Walters also wrote for Edison’s newspaper.
Charley Walters Salary
Walters annually earns a salary of $69,165, according to Pioneer columnist’s salaries.
Charley Walters Net Worth
Walters earns an estimated net worth is $3 million US dollars.
Charley Walters Career
Walters works for the Saint Paul Pioneer Press newspaper as a reporter as well as a columnist. Also, he is a former American Major League Baseball pitcher, Walters played for the Minnesota Twins in 1969. He went to St. Cloud State University in central Minnesota, then he went to the University. Of Minnesota and spent the entire school year there. He also wrote for Edison’s newspaper.