Rich Luterman is a populer American Meteorologist. As of now, he is working in Fox 2. In 1997, Luterman joined the Weather Authority Team. You catch him every weeknight at 5 p.m., 6 p.m., 10 p.m., and 11 p.m. newscasts. Luterman obtained the American Meteorological Society (AMS) Seal of Approval in 1994.
Rich Luterman Age
Luterman’s age has not come into the limelight. He has not disclosed any information bout his age, date of birth, month of birth, and year of birth. Hence, it’s not known when he celebrates his birthday.
Rich Luterman Height
Luterman stands on a moderate height of 5 Feet 8 inches tall.
Rich Luterman Family
Luterman was born and raised in Pittsburgh by his parents. Although, he has not shared any information about his parents, and siblings with the public.
Rich Luterman Wife
Luterman is a cheerful married meteorologist to his beautiful wife Deanne. It’s not known when the duo walked down the aisle. The couple was blessed with unknown twin daughters. Furthermore, he has not disclosed information regarding his wife and children.
Rich Luterman Children
Luterman and his beautiful wife Deanne are the parents of their twin daughters whose names are unknown.
Rich Luterman Education
Luterman earned a bachelor’s degree in Science in Meteorology from Penn State University. He was ordered and honored as the second lieutenant through the U.S. Air Force ROTC.
Rich Luterman Salary
Luterman receives an annual salary that ranges between $ 45,000 – $ 110,500.This is according to the Fox 2 meteorologist salary.
Rich Luterman Net Worth
Luterman has an estimated net worth that ranges between $1 Million -$5 Million U.S dollars
Rich Luterman Career
Luterman began his professional career in the field of journalism at WKTV. He moved to Detroit from central New York and made Detroit his home as the weekend meteorologist. In 1997, Luterman became a full-time reporter when he joined the FOX 2 Weather Authority Team 1997.
He was the weather detachment commander in Southwest Asia during Operation Desert Storm for six months in 1991. During his time in the Air Force, He was chief meteorologist at WKTV in Utica, New York. He serves the community by sharing his knowledge with young students who are interested in weather.
In addition, he also works with the American Diabetes Association to raise awareness after being diagnosed with diabetes in 2012 and with Veterans groups across Southeast Michigan.