Deb Farris Biography
Deb Farris is a popular American journalist currently working at KAKE News as a News reporter and Anchor since 1992. Deb has covered the BTK trial, the first Gulf Crisis in Saudi Arabia, and the Greensburg tornado. Prior to joining KAKE, Deb worked as a producer, anchor, and reporter at KSNT based in Topeka. Moreover, Deb is an Emmy award winner and two-time Edward R. Murrow awards winner for her news coverage.
Deb Farris Age
Deb Farris was born on March 4, 1967, in Wichita, Kansas, in the United States of America. She is 55 years old.
Deb Farris Height
Deb is a woman of average stature and stands at the height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approx 1.71 m).
Deb Farris Family
Deb was born to her supportive father and dedicated mother in Wichita, Kansas, in the United States of America. She spent her childhood living on a farm located in Iowa and then shifted to Pratt, Kansas. However, Deb has not disclosed any conspicuous intel with respect to her lovely parents or if she has any siblings.
Deb Farris Education
She matriculated at Pratt High School and graduated with a high school diploma. Later, Deb attended Fort Hays State University where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in communications with an emphasis in television broadcasting.
Deb Farris Husband
Deb is currently single. Previously, Deb was in a relationship with Roger Robben. He was a BC Class of 1987 alumni and Bishop Carroll’s Assistant Football Coach. Sadly, Roger passed away at age of 46 years old on November 30, 2015, of a heart attack. Deb and Roger shared two nice-looking sons Josie and Jake who stays in Wichita.
Deb Farris Salary
She receives a decent salary of $80,350 annually. This is in accordance with KAKE News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Deb Farris Net Worth
Deb Farris has been able to stockpile good fortune from her professional journalism career and has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.
Deb Farris Career
At this present moment, Deb works at KAKE News as a News reporter and Anchor since 1992. Deb has covered the BTK trial, the first Gulf Crisis in Saudi Arabia, and the Greensburg tornado. Additionally, Deb airs newscasts at the station from 5, 6 & 10 o’clock.
Moreover, Deb is an Emmy award winner and two-time Edward R. Murrow awards winner for her news coverage. Moreover, she has also attained some awards from the Kansas broadcasting Association for her mastery in investigating reports coverage. She debuted her journalism career after graduating from Fort Hays State University and then joining KSNT stationed in Topeka where she served as a producer, anchor, and reporter.