Mark Ockerbloom Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Kids, Salary, Boston 25
October 12, 2021
Mark Ockerbloom Biography
Mark Ockerbloom is an Emmy-Award-winning news anchor currently working for Boston 25 News. He also airs on Boston 25 News at 5:00, 6:00, 10:00, and 11:00. He joined the station in 2004.
Mark Ockerbloom Age
Mark Ockerbloom has not disclosed his year of birth however, he was born in Winchester, Massachusetts.
Mark Ockerbloom Height
He has not revealed his exact height and other body measurements such as Weight.
Mark Ockerbloom Family
Ockerbloom has also not revealed his parent’s identities however it will be updated as soon as there is information.
Mark Ockerbloom Wife
He is happily married to his wife Marysia. the couple resides in Boston. He also enjoys playing, Hockey, fishing, and Golf.
Mark Ockerbloom Kids
He is a father of three; Allison, Juliana, and Alena.
Mark Ockerbloom Education
He is a BC High and Providence College graduate
Mark Ockerbloom Salary
He receives an annual salary of $ 70,345 per year according to Boston 25 News anchors and reporters’ salaries.
Mark Ockerbloom Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of between $ 1 Million – $ 5 Million.
Mark Ockerbloom Careeer
At Boston 25m, he has covered stories such as the Boston Marathon Bombings, Whitey Bulger’s capture, the Aaron Hernandez trial, the Pope’s visit to America, and the funeral for former President George H. W. Bush.
Before working for WFXT, he anchored evening sportscasts and co-hosted a nightly sports show at NECN. He also worked for KOCO – a TV News in Oklahoma City. He began working at WMUR-TV in Manchester, New Hampshire as a tv sportscaster.
In addition, he has received broadcasting awards from the Associated Press and The Society of Professional Journalists. In 2010, Mark received a Boston and New England Emmy for Best News Anchor. In 2017 he won an Emmy for his role in the station’s coverage of the State Police Overtime Scandal and in 2019 he also captured a third Emmy for the station’s coverage of the Merrimack Valley Explosions. In addition, he volunteers at the Pan-Mass Challenge in honor of his older brother Carl, who lost his battle with cancer in 2004.