Gene Frenette Biography
Gene Frenette is a preeminent American journalist currently serving at The Florida Times-Union in Jacksonville, Florida as a sports columnist since August 1981. Previously, he covered college basketball and football national championship games for Florida Times-Union, besides several Summer Olympics in Atlanta, the World Series, as well as Super Bowls.
Gene Frenette Age
Gene Frenette was born in Vermont, in the United States of America. However, he likes to keep his personal life confidential hence he has not brought to light his exact birth details to the public.
Gene Frenette Height
Gene is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches (Approx 1.77 m).
Gene Frenette Family
Gene Frenette was born and raised by his devoted and supportive parents in Vermont, United States of America. However, Gene has not shared with the public any details with reference to his parents and siblings hence we cannot verify whether he has siblings or not.
Gene Frenette Education
After completing his primary and high school studies, he enrolled at St. Michaels College Vermont in 1974 and graduated with a Bachelor Of Arts in broadcast journalism in 1978.
Gene Frenette Wife
He is gladly hitched to his beloved wife whom he has not disclosed her identity to the public. The duo stays in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Gene and his lovely wife are blessed with four over-grown children.
Gene Frenette Salary
He receives a decent salary of $73,171 per year. This is in accordance with The Florida Times-Union sports columnists’ salaries.
Gene Frenette Net Worth
Gene Frenette has piled up a decent wealth over the years of his career and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Gene Frenette Career
At this present moment, Gene serves at The Florida Times-Union in Jacksonville, Florida as a sports columnist since August 1981. Previously, he covered college basketball and football national championship games for Florida Times-Union, besides several Summer Olympics in Atlanta, the World Series, as well as Super Bowls.
Gene landed his first tenure covering high schools and colleges at the Vermont Sunday News when he was only 16 years. Later after graduating from St. Michaels College Vermont, Gene went to Florida where he got a job at Fort Pierce News Tribune, then served as a prep writer for Palm Beach Evening Times before shifting to Jacksonville Journal as a prep writer in August of 1981. He has also worked for the University of Florida, Jacksonville University as a beat reporter.