Lon McEachern is a popular American journalist currently serving on ESPN as a sportscaster for the World Series of Poker since 2002. Before that, he served for KGO-TV as a sports anchor and producer.
Lon Mceachern Age
Lon McEachern was born in Memphis, Tennessee, in the United States in 1957, he is 65 years of age.
Lon Mceachern Height
McEachern stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 9 in ( approx. 1.75m ).
Lon Mceachern Family
Lon was born in Memphis, Tennessee, in the USA., and brought up by his supportive parents in San Francisco Bay Area, California. He was brought up together with his lovely sisters and brothers where they all played card games. He has a nephew of Matthew Wood who is a popular American sound editor and voice actor currently serving for Skywalker Sound.
Lon Mceachern Wife
Lon was happily and contentedly married to his beautiful wife named Carol Czyzewski McEachern who was a qualified classical violinist and joined UC Santa Barbara where she studied for her college education. The adorable duo exchanged their vows in 1981. Lon and his beautiful wife were blessed with two adult kids named Colleen and Ryan. In January 2016 his wife died after suffering from liver cancer.
Lon Mceachern Education
Lon studied at Redwood High School where he completed his high school studies in 1975 where she was a baseball player and he was teammates with a future MLB shortstop called Buddy Biancalana, during his senior year. Afterward, he joined the University of California, Santa Barbara where in 1980 he graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in communications.
Lon Mceachern Salary
Lon receives an annual average salary of $89,700 and this is according to ESPN sportscasters’ salary.
Lon Mceachern Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 million US dollars and his career as a sportscaster at ESPN is the primary source of his income.
Lon Mceachern Career
Lon since 2002 has been serving for ESPN where she was employed as a sportscaster for the World Series of Poker after the Network called him while operating as a mortgage banker to cover poker. He was fetched along with Norman Chad in 2003 to sportscast the 2003 World Series of Poker.
While still serving for ESPN as a poker he continued to serve as a mortgage banker. Previously, he served for KGO-TV as a sports anchor and producer. He also served in San Fransico, California at KPIX-TV. His journalism career started at KTMS radio.