Steve Lapointe Biography
Steve Lapointe is a Journalist and news anchor as of now working for CBS 6 News Channel as a chief Meteorologist. He has occupied CBS 6 observers with the correct special education program, weather coverage, and weather forecasts.
Lapointe immediately after finishing school started his career in television. He started serving in Savannah as a full-time weather meteorologist and news reporter in 1990. Lapointe frequently reports and forecasts in the evening from Monday to Friday at CBS6 news.
Steve Lapointe Age
Lapointe was born in New Hampshire, the United States of America, on December 13, 1965. He is 56 years old.
Steve Lapointe Height
He stands at a height of 5 ft 6 inches/ Approx. 1.6 m tall.
Steve Lapointe Education
Lapointe received a BS degree in meteorology from the University of Penn State in 1989. He immediately after finishing school started his career. Lapointe began with a guy who was so close to his residence. With an emergency fill-in from WMUR-TV in Manchester.
Steve Lapointe Family
Lapointe has managed to keep his life private away from the social forums concerning his family members and siblings despite being a public figure.
Steve Lapointe Wife
Lapointe is a reserved person when it comes to matters regarding his marital status.
Steve Lapointe Salary
Lapointe receives an annual salary of $10,000 – $100,000 per year, according to CBS 6 News Station anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Steve Lapointe’s Net worth
He has an approximated net worth of $1 million – $5 million U.S dollars.
Steve Lapointe Career
Lapointe began serving in April 1991 at CBS6 News as a morning and noon meteorologist. His first work served with Ed O Brien and jack Wernecke. Lapointe was promoted in February 1995 as a chief meteorologist to his position.
A section of his acquirements throughout his serving years. At CBS6 includes the secretly delivered evaluated items and principal. Troy in February 1996 advertised on Albany- Schenectady on the internet.
He keeps and creates the online recording climate database on keeping upmarket restrictions.