Clarence Page Biography
Clarence Page is a well-known American columnist and journalist. He works for Chicago Tribune writing regular columns and he is also a member of its editorial board.
Clarence Page Age
Page was born on June 2, 1947, in Dayton, Ohio, in the United States. He is 75 years old as of 2022.
Clarence Page Height
Page stands at an average height of 5 ft 7 in/1.7m tall.
Clarence Page Education
Page finished his high school course in 1965 at Middletown High School. Later, he received his bachelor of science in journalism from Ohio University.
Clarence Page Family
Page’s parents are Clarence Hannibal and Maggie Williams. His mom was the owner of a catering service while his father worked in the factory moreover. Page was brought up in a family of African-American descent in addition.
He was undetected with ADD(Attention Deficit Disorder) while he was young. Page considers ADD as the perfect match since he found news writing was short and deadlines assisted him in staying focused while in High School for that reason.
Clarence Page Wife
Page got married to his loving Lisa Johnson in May 1987. Together, they are blessed with a son, Grady Jonathon who was born on June 3, 1991. He was married to Leanite McClain in the late 70s’, but they later separated and Leanite passed.
Away after committing suicide in 1984 after suffering from depression after getting him they moved to Washington, DC. Prior.
Clarence Page Salary
Page receives an annual salary of $100,000.
Clarence Page Net Worth
Page earns an approximated net worth of $4 million US dollars.
Clarence Page Career
Page works for the Chicago Tribune since 1984 as a columnist and a member of the editorial board Presently. He got this job after the death of his ex-wife, Leanita McClain who was at first writing columns for the tribune. Page worked in the community affairs department for CBS before.
He uplifted his profile and worked on the station’s talk shows as an analyst during his time there. Page first worked at the Chicago Tribune in 1970. He was drafted into the army during the Vietnam War after reporting for Tribune for six months.
Page was later promoted to public relations duty in Germany and Fort Lewis, Washington in addition. He returned to the Tribune where he held the responsibility. For the coverage of courts, religion, neighborhoods, and police before taking his leave in 1980 But 9n 1971.
He has been the recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for commentary in 1989. The Edward Scott Beck Award for foreign reporting, and the Illinois United Press. International award during his thirty years as a columnist.