Grant Lodes Biography
Grant Lodes is an American journalist. Currently, he is working for KRON-TV in San Francisco, California, United States at 5 and 9 p.m as an evening news anchor. Before, he worked for WCAU-TV in Philadelphia as a digital reporter, news, and sports producer.
Grant Lodes Age
Grant was born on September 5 in Philadelphia, United States. He is around 40 years of age, although he has not revealed much information concerning his date and year of birth.
Grant Lodes Height
Grant stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches (approx. 1.78 m).
Grant Lodes Family
Grant was born in Philadelphia, United States to his loving and caring parents. However, he has not given out much information about his family and whether he has siblings or not.
Grant Lodes Wife
Grants is a happily married man to his dear wife Justine Waldman. The couple is blessed with two kids. The family of four currently resides in San Francisco.
Grant Lodes Wife
Grant is married to his loving and beautiful wife, Justine Waldman. The couple tied their knot on September 26, 2010, in San San Francisco. Justine also works for KRON 4 News and anchors news at 6 p.m. and on Prime Time at 8 pm, 9 pm, and 10 pm. . The couple lives in San Francisco together with their blessed with amazing children.
Grant Lodes Education
In 2002, Grant graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from La Salle University.
Grant Lodes Salary
Grant receives an annual average salary of $97,400. This is according to KRNO4anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Grant Lodes Net Worth
Grant has an estimated net worth of $985,530.
Grant Lodes Kron4
Grant is working for KRON-TV in San Francisco Bay Area as a news anchor. There, he has anchored live coverage of major breaking news events while providing clarity and context. Furthermore, he has covered major live news including violent Bay Area protests, the deadly Napa earthquake, the San Bernardino massacre, a Warriors’ title, as well as Giants’ championships
In March 2011, before joining the KRON news team, Grant worked for WCAU-TV in Philadelphia from February 2010 to February 2011 as a news and sports producer as well as a digital reporter. while working there, he was the first digital reporter and produced sportscasts, wrote news scripts, and also edited the corresponding videos.