Keith Garvin KPRC 2, Bio, Age, Wife, Salary and Net Worth


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Keith Garvin Biography

Keith Garvin is a notable American News personality, and reporter working for  KPRC 2 News Station. He joined the station in August 2012. He co-anchors KPRC 2 News at 4 pm with Sara Donchey and reports weeknights. Before joining the station he worked for CBS 11 in Dallas-Fort Worth.

Keith Garvin Age|Birthday

Information about his date of birth is not known it will be updated when there is information.

Keith Garvin Height

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Keith Garvin Parents|Family

The award-winning journalist is a husband to Lisa and also a father of four daughters. He has not shared information about his parents and siblings.

Keith Garvin Wife

Keith is married to Lisa. The couple has four daughters Kalee, Raleigh, Kendyll, and Reagan. Their oldest daughter is a student and an acro-tumbling athlete at Baylor University.

Keith Garvin Daughters

Kaleé graduated in 2016and currently lives in Katy where she works in a public relations firm in Houston.

Rileigh graduated in 2017 with Magna Cum Laude in three years from Texas Tech. She is now a nurse in the ICU unit at a local Houston Methodist Hospital.

Kendyll is a freshman at the University of Arkansas and she wants to become a nurse also.

Reagan is an eighth-grade cheerleader. She aspires to become a marine biologist and she is in love with Hawaii Pacific University which is her best choice, but her parents are trying to convince her to join a closer university!

Keith Garvin Salary

Garvin receives an annual average salary of  $75000 as per the annual average salary of a news anchor in Houston, Texas.

Keith Garvin Net Worth

Garvin has an approximated net worth of between $100K -$ 1 million U.S dollars. He has gathered his wealth from his long career as a journalist. 

Keith Garvin KPRC-2

Keith joined KPRC 2 News station in August as a reporter and a news anchor. He is best known for reporting the shooting tragedies at Fort Hood and the American Sniper Murder Trial.

He previously worked for ABC News as a correspondent. He traveled as a White House Press Corps member. He has also reported from Iraq and covered Hurricane Wilma.

He has also worked for several stations like WTVD in Raleigh, N.C., WRC-TV in Washington D.C., and KFSN in Fresno, Calif. to spice it up, he has worked behind the scenes and produced newscasts in Reno, Las Vegas, and Raleigh for six years.