Stacy Lange Biography
Stacy Lange is a news anchor and news reporter presently working in Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States for WNEP-TV. She serves for the station as a news reporter and weekend anchor.
Stacy is a broadcast journalism graduate and is passionate about the media field. She began her career at WYOU TV as an intern for news and production. Stacy was served for various stations including Orange TV Network. Citrus TV, and WWNY-TV 7 News before joining WNEP-TV.
Stacy Lange Age
Lange was born in South Abington Township, Pennsylvania, in the United States. Although, no information concerning her age and birth to the limelight.
Stacy Lange Height
She stands at a height of 5 ft 8 inches/ Approx 1.7 m tall.
Stacy Lange Education
Lange attended Abington Heights High School for her high school education after completing her primary diploma. She earned a degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Syracuse later on.
Lange valued her skills at the University of Syracuse where she graduated with a degree. In Broadcast Journalism in the year 2010. She was the oldest and largest entirely student-run TV stat n member while in college.
Stacy Lange Family
Lange was born to her father and mother in Clarks Summit, Lackawanna County. She has two amazing siblings including Artie Lange and David Lange. Lange’s parents had been supportive of everything she wanted, however. In her adulthood, to do what you love and do it well her Dad has been a constant example.
Stacy Lange Husband
Lange is married to her lovely and caring husband called Jake Stevens. The couple is blessed with one amazing son named Owen Noah. And the family lives in Dunmore with their cats called Laurel and Utley.
Stacy Lange Salary
Lange receives a salary of $200,000 per year, according to WNEP anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Stacy Lange’s Net Worth
She has an approximated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Stacy Lange Career
Lange in July 2011 came to the WNEP news team. And started covering Pennsylvania central news. Presently, Lange serves as weekend anchor and beat reporter in the Lackawanna County a.
She began her career in TV in Watertown, NY at WWNY-TV. Where she edited her own stories, wrote, shot, and “one-man band,”. While in Watertown, Stacy covered the 10th Mountain Division.
Of the Army based at Fort Drum and the Thousand Islands region of New York, however. Lange was “Miss Comet” on the 50-yard line with the Abington Heights Marching Band before her TV days.
Her sport is “Phanatic.” Stacy loves to cheer on all her beloved Orange and Philadelphia sports teams. Lange serves on the Mind teams in NEPA for Odyssey as a coach and judge during her free time.