Gene Frenette Biography
Gene Frenette is a well-known American journalist. He works at The Florida Times-Union in Jacksonville, Florida, as a sports columnist since August 1981 currently. Frenette worked for Florida Times-Union, reporting college football and basketball.
National championship games besides various Super Bowls, the World Series, as well as the Summer Olympics in Atlanta prior.
Gene Frenette Age
Frenette was born in Vermont, in the United States. But he has not shared information on his age details.
Gene Frenette Height
Frenette stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 10 in/1.75 m tall.
Gene Frenette Education
Frenette studied and graduated in 1978 with a Bachelor Of Arts in broadcast journalism from St. Michaels College Vermont.
Gene Frenette Family
He has not disclosed any information about his parents and siblings from the limelight.
Gene Frenette Wife
Frenette is cheerful married to his unknown wife. The duo is blessed with four kids and the family stays in Ponte Vedra Beach. He enjoys spending time at the beach with his wife of three decades and hiking in mountains.
Gene Frenette Salary
Frenette receives an annual receives salary of $73,171.
Gene Frenette Net Worth
Frenette earns an estimated net worth is $1 million US dollars.
Gene Frenette Career
Frenette got his passion for being a sportswriter at age 14, he worked at the Vermont Sunday News. Reporting high schools and colleges when he was 16; Frenette worked in Florida right at Fort Pierce News Tribune.
Then worked for Palm Beach Evening Times as a prep writer before serving as a prep writer at Jacksonville Journal in August 1981. He worked for Florida Times-Union, besides various Super Bowls, the World Series, and the Summer Olympics.
In Atlanta reporting college football and basketball national championship games. In 1978, Frenette studied and graduated with a Bachelor Of Arts in broadcast journalism from St. Michaels College Vermont.