Julie Haener Biography and Wiki
Julie Haener is an American journalist who is nowadays working as an evening news anchor at KTVU-TV in San Francisco Bay Area since October 1997. Haener works for the 5 PM, 6 PM, and 10 PM news segments. she has a strong nature, and her hobbies are walking, playing tennis, horseback riding, and traveling.
Julie Haener Age and Birthday
Haener is 53 years old as of 2020, she was born on August 11, 1967, in Tacoma, Washington the United States of America. She honors her birthday on August 11th every year.
Julie Haener Height
Haener stands at a standard height and has moderate weight. She appears to be quite tall in stature in her photos, relative to her surroundings. drawing from her photos, her height is around 5feet 7inches (Approx 1.7m).
Julie Haener Family
Haener was born in Tacoma, Washington to her parents Richard Joseph Haener (father) and Sandra Lee Haener (mother).she has two sisters Stacey Haener, Kathleen Haener, and her brother Eric Haener.
Julie Haener Husband
Julie is a married woman. She met her husband when she worked as a weeknight news anchor and health reporter in a KJEO-TV in Fresno, California. Haener got married to her husband Ryan Haener who works in the Health Care industry on 12th March 1995. For their honeymoon, they chose Hawaii. Julie and her husband still relish their married life-supporting and loving each other.
Julie Haener Son
Haener has two sons; Jake and Kyle, who are both huge sports fans, with Jake aspiring to play football professionally. Jake is a quarterback for Fresno State Bulldogs. He previously played for the University of Washington and left after losing a camp battle for the starting job to Georgia transfer Jacob Eason in August 2019.
Julie Haener Salary
Haener earns an annual salary of $525,000 as of 2021.
Julie Haener Net Worth
Julie has an approximate net worth that ranges between 300,000 – 700,000 dollars as of 2021. This includes her assets, money, and income.
Julie Haener KTVU
After 2 years when her husband was promoted and moved to Bay Area in 1997, she left KIRO-TV. She originally worked as a freelance reporter with KTVU but was offered a full-time position within a few months.