Kerri Cronk Biography
Kerri Cronk is an American journalist currently serving as the news anchor and co-host of Good Day Utah at KSTU FOX 13, in Salt Lake City, Utah. She joined the KSTU-TV in October 1993. Before joining FOX 13, she served as an anchor at KCBD in Lubbock, Texas.
Kerri Cronk Age
Cronk is 54 years old as of 2020. She was born Kerri Amussen Cronk on November 8, 1965, in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States. She celebrates her birthday on 8th November.
Kerri Cronk Height
Cronk stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.67 m). However, information about her other body measurements is not available. It will be updated once confirmed.
Kerri Cronk Education
Cronk is a graduate of Brigham Young University with a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication and Media Studies.
Kerri Cronk Parents | Siblings
Cronk’s information regarding her parents and siblings is not available. It will be updated once her information is confirmed.
Kerri Cronk Husband | Sons
Cronk is currently married to her husband Kevin Cronk, an American Airlines Pilot. The couples are proud parents of two sons. The family currently resides in Utah, United States.
Kerri Cronk Salary
Cronk as a host and news anchor at KSTU FOX 13 earns an average salary of $71,292. This is per KSTU FOX 13 salaries to its employees.
Kerri Cronk Net Worth
Cronk’s net worth is estimated to be between $500k-$1 million dollars. Kerri being a successful journalist, host, and anchor surely earns a good amount of money. She might have other sources of income too. However, she has not given any information regarding her salary, net worth, and other earnings.
Kerri Cronk Accident
Kerri was struck and seriously injured by a car pulling out of a parking lot in front of her as she was riding her bicycle on August 5, 2011. She was found unconscious and bleeding in the street by a passer-by near Hogle Zoo and 2600 E. Wasatch Drive where the accident occurred. The wreck fractured a vertebra in her neck and her right shoulder took her off the air for about eight weeks.
Kerri Cronk FOX 13
Kerri currently works as the morning host and anchor of KSTU’s award-winning news program “Good Day Utah” and “Live at 11.” In October 1993, she joined the KSTU FOX 13. Cronk began her career in TV at KCBD in Lubbock, Texas. During her prospective employee meeting, she was approached to compose a story for the 10 o’clock news and return the following day in the event that they utilized it broadcasting live.
Her reporting skills found her work at FOX. She has been lucky to cover such stories as the 2002 Winter Olympic Games and travel to Africa with a Utah clinical group helping kids in Ghana. Kerri says the excursion was groundbreaking and one day she wants to get her young people back to West Africa.
Kerri appreciates street biking, watching football (she’s a Packers fan), and voyaging. She effectively climbed Kilimanjaro in 2009 and except if you squint, you may detect her in a Disney film. Regardless of the adoration/disdain relationship with her morning timer, she’s excited to be a piece of the Good Day Utah Team. “I have an incredible work. I get the chance to giggle each day.”