Destry Jetton is a famous American journalist currently serving at News 12 as an executive producer and host of Arizona Midday since February 2006. Before that, she served at KGUN-TV as a reporter and anchor from 2001 to 2007 for six years. She likes watching sports, traveling, and hiking when she is not at the station working.
Destry Jetton Age
Destry Jetton was born in the United States of America though she has not revealed her year and date of birth hence her age is not known.
Destry Jetton Height
Jetton stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 6 in (approx. 1.67 m).
Destry Jetton Family
She was born and brought up by her supportive and protective parents in the United States of America. Destry was raised together with her five siblings, who are three brothers, a little sister, and a twin sister. She has not revealed any information regarding her parents hence their existence is not known.
Destry Jetton Husband
Destry is cheerfully married to her supportive and adorable husband though she has not disclosed his name to the public. Destry and her lovely husband have been living together for more than 25 years since they exchanged their vows. Destry met her handsome husband met back in high school. The lovely duo is blessed with two lovely kids named Blythe and Hayden.
Destry Jetton Education
She studied at Tempe High School and afterward joined Arizona State University where she graduated with a degree in Broadcast Journalism.
Destry Jetton Salary
She receives an annual average salary of $86,590 and this is according to News12 executive producers’/hosts’ salary.
Destry Jetton Net Worth
Destry has an estimated net worth of $1 million US dollars and her career as an executive producer and host of Arizona Midday at News12 is the primary source of her income.
Destry Jetton Career
Destry Jetton is a famous American journalist currently serving at News12 as an executive producer and host of Arizona Midday since February 2006. Before that, she served at KGUN-TV as a reporter and anchor from 2001 to 2007 for six years. Prior to that, she served as a reporter, TV Host, and anchor at KCEN-TV from 1999 to 2003.
Her journalism career started in 1996 at KQTV where she was employed to serve as a reporter, Television host, and anchor for four years. She provided coverage for the Presidential Race, the shooting at the University of Arizona, tornadoes, Arizona wildfires, and the September 11th terrorist attack during her journalism career.