Terri DeBoer Bio, Age, Family, Husband, WOOD-TV, Salary, Height and Net Worth

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Terri DeBoer Biography

Terri Deboer is an American Meteorologist who works as a morning and noon meteorologist at WOOD-TV, the NBC affiliate in Grand Rapids

Deboer is a graduate of Montana State University-Bozeman where she studied Business and Computers. Later, she joined the College of Great Falls and graduated with studies in Business and Accounting. She then joined Washington State University, where she pursued Communication, Business, and Accounting.

Terri DeBoer Age

Terri was born in New Jersey but grew up in Montana, United States of America. Her age and birth dates are not known but will be updated soon.

Terri DeBoer Height

Not known.

Terri DeBoer Family

Terris is a family woman who was born and raised in a military family. Her father worked with the American Airforce but her mother and siblings are not known.

Terri DeBoer Education

Terri is a graduate of Montana State University with a degree in Business and computer science. She then joined the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh in 1985 where she attained a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications and Radio-TV-Film. She holds a Certification in Broadcast Meteorology, Meteorology, Geosciences from Mississippi State University.

Terri DeBoer Husband

Terri has been married to her husband Bill for more than two decades now. We will update more about her husband’s details as soon as it’s available. She is also blessed with three children.

Terri DeBoer Salary

Terri earns a salary between $44k and $144k dollars annually. This is estimated from the average pay scale for anchors and reporters at WOOD-TV.

Terri DeBoer Net Worth

Her net worth is under review.

Terri DeBoer WOOD-TV

DeBoer currently works as a morning and noon meteorologist at WOOD-TV, the NBC affiliate in Grand RapidsBefore joining weather, Terri started her career as a news anchor and reporter. She is a qualified meteorologist with a degree from Montana State University and Wisconsin University. Throughout the journey of broadcasting her career, Terri has worked for various organizations such as Cystic Fibrosis, Special Olympics, Big Brothers & Big Sisters, Children’s Miracle Network, American Cancer Society, and March of Dimes.

She is a member of the Board of Directors for the Grand Rapids Griffins Youth Foundation and the current Co-Chair and Co-President of the Education Freedom Fund Scholarship Program. She co-hosts eight West weather, which is a show that keeps viewers informed and entertained for the past 10 years.

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