Bob Pompeani Biography
This is what you need to know about Bob Pompeani is an American journalist. He is known to be a sports anchor for KDKA-TV News at six and News at Eleven.
Bob Pompeani Age
Pompeani has not revealed any details concerning her age and birth month. We will update this information once it is available.
Bob Pompeani Height
Pompeani is a man of average stature and shape he stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.
Bob Pompeani Family
Pompeani was born to Pat Pompeani and Virginia Pompeani. He also has a brother whose name is Bruce Pompeani.
Bob Pompeani Wife
Pompeani is married to Lisa Pompeani the two have two daughters together Chelsea and Celina. One of them works as a journalist at KDKA and the other is a reporter at JET24/FOX66.
Bob Pompeani Daughters
Pompeani and his wife, Lisa, have two daughters, Chelsea and Celina. The family resides in Robinson Township.
Bob Pompeani House
Pompeani resides in a marvelous home he has however not revealed any details concerning his house. We will update this information once it is available.
Bob Pompeani Salary
Pompeani earns an annual salary ranging between $ 24,292 – $ 72,507 dollars.
Bob Pompeani Net worth
Pompeani has an estimated net worth of $ 750,000 dollars.
Bob Pompeani Education
Pompeani studied at Hopewell High School, he later attended Point Park University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Political Science.
Bob Pompeani KDKA
Pompeani started his career at KDKA-TV in 1982, but his knowledge of local sports extends beyond his 31 years at the station. He is the anchor for KDKA-TV News at Six and News at Eleven. Pompeani spends the school year honoring local students who succeed in sports, academics, and community service with the KDKA-TV “Extra Effort” trophy. Bob has visited over 1,200 local schools in his 33rd year and created feature stories on each outstanding student.
In 1997 Pompeani was voted Pittsburgh’s favorite sportscaster in a reader poll of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. In 1998, he became the first man ever to win the Pittsburgh Beauty Academy’s Professional Image Award — in the twenty years that PBA has given out the honor. Pompeani was also inducted into the local Tri-State PGA Golf Hall of Fame after winning the 2000 Tri-State PGA of America Distinguished Service Award for exceptional contributions to local golf. In April of 2007, He was inducted into the Beaver County Sports Hall of Fame for his many contributions to local sports.
Pompeani has earned the Golden Quill Award six times, the first in 1987 for his story “Earning Their Stripes,” about hockey officials; the second in 1988 for “Project Playoffs,” and the most recently in 2013 for his Pittsburgh Steelers exclusives. For play-by-play of Steeler Pre-Season games and as host of the “#1 Cochran Sports Showdown,” Pompeani has received three Mid-Atlantic Emmy awards and eight AP awards. The National Father’s Day Council called him “Father of the Year” in 2011, and the People’s Choice Award for “Dancing With Pittsburgh Celebrities” in 2012.
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Bob Pompeani Daughters
Celina and Chelsea Pompeani are Pompeani’s two children. Celina, her daughter, joined him at KDKA-TV and is now a traffic reporter as well as a producer for PensTV and the Pittsburgh Penguins host. Celina was also the in-arena host for every home game.
Bob Pompeani Daughter s Wedding
Chelsea Pompeani, one of his daughters, was getting married to her gorgeous husband. Celina also joined them as bridesmaids, dressed in stunning wedding gowns.
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