Mr. G Weatherman is a prominent American meteorologist. As of now, he is working for WPIX’s weatherman at 5, 6, and 10. He was a teacher and he also created New York City school system’s first computerized weather program for use by children as well as their teachers.
Weatherman retired and became a WCBS-TV News reporter in 1997 later on.
Mr. G Weatherman Age
Weatherman’s age has not come into the limelight. His date of birth, the month of birth, and the year of birth are not publically known.
Mr. G Weatherman Height
Weatherman stands at a height of 5 feet and 10 inches tall.
Mr. G Weatherman Parents
Weatherman was born in Brooklyn and raised in Queens by his parents. His parent’s names are; Ida Shalotsky of Kew Gardens, Queens, and the late Raymond Gikofsky. Weatherman has not shared any information about his siblings.
Mr. G Weatherman Wife
Weatherman is blissfully married to his loving wife Deborah Lynn Quan. The couple got married on May 24, 1987, at St. Paul’s Chapel of Columbia University. He is the proud father of his stepdaughter, Jaida Kyi who is a fashion student.
Mr. G Weatherman Children
Weatherman is the proud father of his stepdaughter, Jaida Kyi who is a fashion student.
Mr. G Weatherman Education
Weatherman went to P.S. 201 and J.H.S. 218. He joined Francis Lewis High School and attended Hofstra University in Long Island later on. In 1967, He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in History. However, he earned a Master of Arts degree in Secondary Education from Hofstra, later on, he pursued doctoral studies at Yeshiva University.
Mr. G Weatherman Salary
Weatherman receives an annual salary of $172021. This is according to the PIX11 meteorologist salary.
Mr. G Weatherman Net Worth
Weatherman has an estimated Net Worth that ranges between $1 Million – $5 Million U.S dollars.
Mr. G Weatherman Career
Weatherman started his career as a school teacher at Albert Einstein Intermediate School in the Bronx. He created New York City school system’s first computerized weather program for use by children and also their teachers while there. In 1977, Weatherman was recruited right out of the classroom.
And become a TV weatherman at New York’s WCBS-TV after teaching in public school for about ten years. He joined the WPIX team as the weekday weatherman, while at the station, he won five Emmy Awards and an Edward R. Murrow Award in September 1993.
In 2008, Mike Wallace presented the Friar’s Club Life Time Achievement Award to Weatherman. PIX News at 10 has been named Best Newscast by a number of prestigious outlets, including the New York Press Club and the New York State Associated Press Broadcasters Association moreover.
He participated in New York City’s “Principal for a Day” program, declaring that day “homework. And test-free” and always get a standing ovation!. On June 30, 1993, was proclaimed “Mr. G day” in the Bronx for his motivational work with children additionally.
Weatherman is a board member for the R Baby Foundation and works to better pediatric care in emergency rooms in the tri-state area as well. He continues his series of lectures as “Professional in Residence” at his alma mater Hofstra University, where he speaks on television and on radio broadcasting furthermore.