Steve Hammond Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, WBOC News

Steve Hammond

Steve Hammond

Steve Hammond Biography

Steve Hammond is a journalist and television news reporter. Presently working at WBOC as an assistant news director and a news anchor. He is one of the WBOC newsroom long-serving journalists and has covered traveled to Somalia telling news about his local troops, in Iraq, and overseas.

Steve Hammond Age

Hammond was born in Baltimore, Maryland, the United States. Although, no information concerning his age, date, and year of birth.

Steve Hammond Height

He is 5 feet 7 inches /1.7m tall.

Steve Hammond Education

Hammond earned his degree in journalism from Delaware University. He is a Worcester Preparatory SchoolBoard of Trustees member in Berlin, Md. He has also been taking part in various charitable organizations, such as Big Brothers/Big Sisters, March of Dimes. Easter Seals, The Salvation Army, and Junior Achievement.

Steve Hammond Family

Hammond has managed to keep his life private away from the social forums regarding his family members and siblings.

Steve Hammond Wife

Hammond is merely married to his caring and pretty wife Heather. The couple is blessed with two amazing children namely Graham Hammond and Hunter Hammond. The family resides in Del, Fenwick Island, Del.

Steve Hammond Salary

Hammond earns an average salary is $80,000 per year, according to WBOC News anchors/reporters’ salaries.

Steve Hammond Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $1 million U.S dollars.

Steve Hammond Career

Hammond is a journalist and television news reporter. Presently working at WBOC as an assistant news director and a news anchor. He is one of the WBOC newsroom long-serving journalists and has covered traveled to Somalia telling news about his local troops, in Iraq, and overseas.

Hammond earned his degree in journalism from Delaware University. He is a Worcester Preparatory SchoolBoard of Trustees member in Berlin, Md. Hammond has also been taking part in various charitable organizations, such as Big Brothers/Big Sisters.

March of Dimes, Easter Seals, The Salvation Army, and Junior Achievement.