Rachel Duensing Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Kids, Salary, NBC 2

Rachel Duensing
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Rachel Duensing Biography

This is what you need to know about Rachel Duensing, an American News Journalist currently working as a Weekend Morning Meteorologist at NBC2. Before joining NBC 2, Duensing started her career at WSIL-TV in Carterville, Illinois as a meteorologist and reporter for three years.

Rachel Duensing Age

Duensing was born and raised in Chester, Illinois in The United States. Details about her date of birth are not available, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Rachel Duensing Height

How tall is Rachel duensing?Duensing stands at a height of 5’3″ (1.60 m).

Rachel Duensing Family

Duensing is a wife to Josh Wawak and she has credited her family for their love and support although, Little is known about her parents, also there are no details about her siblings, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Rachel Duensing Husband

Who is Rachel Duensing married to? Duensing is happily married to his lovely husband Josh Wawak. The couple tied the knot in April 28, 2018,  in Herrin Illinois, United States of America. The also reside and excited to call Southwest Florida home.

Rachel Duensing Salary

Duensing receives an annual salary that ranges between $46,346 to $78,300 dollars. This is according to NBC 2 News anchors/reporters’ salaries.

Rachel Duensing Net Worth

Duensing has an approximated Net Worth of $100k to $ 1 million dollars. Her career as a news anchor is her primary source of income.

Rachel Duensing Education

Rachel graduated from Valparaiso University with degrees in Meteorology and Digital Media.

Rachel Duensing NBC 2

Duensing is an American News Journalist currently working as a Weekend Morning Meteorologist at NBC2. Before joining NBC 2, Duensing started her career at WSIL-TV in Carterville, Illinois as a meteorologist and reporter for three years.

At WSIL, She reported on local farmers covered damage left behind from multiple tornadoes, including an EF-4, and is a two-time finalist for Best Weathercaster by the Illinois Broadcasters Association.  She also started the weekend morning show and spent just over two years on that shift before moving to weekday mornings.