Cory Reppenhagen Biography
Cory Reppenhagen is a well-known American meteorologist currently working for KUSA-TV 9 news Colorado since June 2017. Initially, he worked at 7News The DenverChannel.com KMGH-TV as a meteorologist.
Cory Reppenhagen Age
Cory Reppenhagen was born on November 23, in Denver, Colorado, in the United States of America. He is around 45 years old, although he has not shared any information concerning his year of birth with the public.
Cory Reppenhagen Height
Cory is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.7 m)
Cory Reppenhagen Family
Cory Reppenhagen was born and raised in Denver, Colorado, United States by her caring and loving father and mother. As of now, Cory has not divulged any details with respect to either her parents or whether he has siblings.
Cory Reppenhagen Education
He enrolled at Manitou Springs High School and graduated with a high school diploma in 1992. Later on, He joined Mesa State College (now Colorado Mesa University) located in Grand Junction, Colorado where he attained his Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication in 1999. Additionally, Cory attained his Bachelor of Science in Geoscience from Mississippi State’s distance learning program in the year 2010.
Cory Reppenhagen Wife
He is blissfully married to his lovely wife called Tiffany. The pair met in Orlando where Tiffany worked as a news producer. The lovely couple is blessed with a nice-looking son named Roman born at Winnie Palmer Hospital in 2012 and the Reppenhagen family decided to relocate to the mountains. Cory also has a beautiful daughter called Sydney who was born in 2015 in Denver.
Cory Reppenhagen Salary
He receives a satisfactory salary of $77,117 per year. This is according to KUSA-TV 9 news meteorologists’ salaries.
Cory Reppenhagen Net Worth
Cory Reppenhagen has over the years managed to garner a hefty fortune and has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million.
Cory Reppenhagen Career
He currently works as a Weather Reporter at 9NEWS stationed in Denver, Colorado. Cory landed his first tenure in Television at KKCO-11 and KJCT-8.
Later, he began working for KAKE-10 in 2001, when he experienced his first Kansas supercell thunderstorm come marching across the plains. After reporting severe weather outbreaks and several tornadoes, Cory decided to relocate to Florida to experience some tropical storms. He covered his first four hurricanes: Frances, Charley, Jeanne, as well as Ivan in 2004. Later, in 2005, it was Hurricanes Katrina, Dennis, Rita, Wilma, and Ophelia.
As Cory was working at WFTV-9 in Florida, he decided to nourish his weather knowledge and attained his Bachelor of Science in Geoscience from Mississippi State’s distance learning program in the year 2010. He worked at WFTV based in Orlando for 10 years, reporting 14 hurricanes as well as 4 other named tropical storms. Cory received a Suncoast Regional Emmy award for his coverage of the April 2011 tornado super outbreak across the state of Alabama.