Joe Soucheray Biography
Joe Soucheray is a well-known American newspaper columnist and radio talk show host. As of now, he produces his own podcast known as Garage Logic from studios based in Saint Paul, Minnesota. He kicked off his career in the media as a sports journalist. Joe began to work for the Minneapolis Tribune as a sports reporter in 1973.
Joe Soucheray Age
Joe Soucheray was born in 1949, in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States. He is 72 years old.
Joe Soucheray Height
Joe is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx 1.75m).
Joe Soucheray Family
Joe Soucheray was born in 1949, in Saint Paul, Minnesota, in the United States to his loving father and caring mother. Nevertheless, Joe has kept a very low profile in regard to his parents and siblings.
Joe Soucheray Education
Joe studied at Hill-Murray School (previously known as St. Luke’s as a grade-schooler, Hill High School). After completing his high school education, he attended the University of St. Thomas in the Twin Cities where he attained his degree.
Joe Soucheray Wife
Joe has been hitched to his lovely wife Jennifer for nearly 4 decades. The duo shares three kids. She is known to the outside world as chief procure or “the C.P”.
Joe Soucheray Salary
He receives a satisfactory salary of $72,816 per year.
Joe Soucheray Net Worth
Joe Soucherayhas stockpiled a decent fortune over the years of his work and has an estimated net worth of between $1 million and $5 million.
Joe Soucheray Career
As of now, he produces his own podcast known as Garage Logic from studios based in Saint Paul, Minnesota. He kicked off his career in the media as a sports journalist. Joe began to work for the Minneapolis Tribune as a sports reporter in 1973.
Later, he joined the Saint Paul Pioneer Press as a sports reporter and columnist in the mid-1980s. In the mid-1990s, Joe became a general columnist for the same network. He started his radio business in 1980 by working as a co-host of Monday Night Sports Talk on KSTP radio together with then-St. Paul Pioneer Press sports columnist called Patrick Reusse.
The show was popular for its cast of callers doing impressions of divergent celebrities. The lack of authentic sports content was a running gag on “MNST” between Joe, Reusse as well as the audience. His show aired until he founded his daily “Garage Logic” program in the early 1990s. The show has carried on with the weekday version of “Sports Talk” which began to air on February 15, 2010.