Eileen Frere is a Canadian Orange County bureau chief and reporter for KABC TV.
She started her journey in the ABC7 Eyewitness News in 2001. Commencing her broadcasting career from Ottawa radio station, she went on to report for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) in radio and TV.
Her four years at the KOMO in Seattle, Washington was quite remarkable. She even covered the WTO riots and provided continuous coverage during the 2001 Seattle earthquake.
Eileen Frere’s Married Life With Husband
Eileen is married to Randy McKinley, a mentor, motivator and a businessman as per his social media bio. He is an avid golfer and sports fan.
Eileen leads a happily-ever-after with her small and beautiful family in Los Angeles, California.
She gave birth to her little bundle of joy- a lovely daughter during 2017’s end.
Eileen Frere posing for a family photo with her husband, Randy McKinley and their baby girl while on shopping on 2 December 2018 (Photo: Eileen Frere's Instagram)
Eileen and her other half choose to live away from the media and public eyes, keeping it low even on their social media.
Unlike many other birthdays she enjoyed, the birthday Eileen celebrated on 3 May 2019 would remain forever in her memory lane. Her husband went through a surgery on the same day and became a step closer to healing. She prayed for his speed-recovery on social media.
Eileen Frere’s Bio, Age
Eileen grew up alongside her big brother, Mark in the rural part of Ontario, Canada. Still a farm-girl at heart, she garnered so many memories, growing up and working all summer in her family strawberry farm, ran by her beloved grandparents.
Eileen inherits Caucasian ethnicity from her parents.
Often nicknamed as Eileen Ferer and Eillen Terer, the reporter loves trail running and enjoys gardening in her spare time.
With the combined degree in Journalism and Law, she graduated with high honors from Carleton University in Ottawa.
Today, at the age of 64, she stands bold and tall, looking so much younger and healthier. Her ideal height and body measurements flatter almost every ensemble she chooses to present herself in.
Her Net Worth & Salary
Eileen has been esteemed with many titles and awards in her journalism career.
Columbus Film & Video Festival Award for her in-depth look into the use of steroids and an honorary recognition from the U.S. Border Patrol for her coverage of issues involving the Canada-U.S. border are some of the notable accomplishments in her life.
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Apart from these, Eileen is a member of the Asian-American Journalists Association. She has volunteered for several nonprofit organization including the likes of Crime Survivors, Komen Race for the Cure, Alzheimer's Association OC, and Goodwill.
All in all, for her long hauls of covering bits and pieces of breaking news and court cases to featuring human interest, KABC TV reportedly pays her an average salary of $95K.