It certainly takes a lot of hard work and dedication to redeem oneself as a famed face in the world of journalism. Achieving the feat, American journalist Jeff Glor was widely-renowned as the anchor and managing editor of the CBS Evening News until his last broadcast on 10 May 2019.
Jeff made his final appearance on the show as the CBS anchor. The CBS announced plans to replace Glor with Norah O’Donnell. On his last CBS show, he made sure the people behind the cameras got some part of the spotlight and thanked them for making his work accessible in the past years.
Before his career at CBS, Jeff worked as a co-anchor of WSTM-TV Syracuse’s 5 p.m. newscast and a reporter for the 11 p.m. newscast.
Jeff’s command on TV triggered the audiences to consider him as an inspirational figure in journalism. The amount of success he has conceived during his long-haul media career remains known to most of his fans and followers. Besides the victorious professional triumph, Jeff enjoys a soothing company of his gorgeous wife and beautiful kids.
Jeff Glor's Family, Plus Married Life
The renowned journalist is living a blissful married life with his long-haul girlfriend, Nicole Glab. Nicole is a fitness instructor and former college cheerleader.
Jeff and Nicole met for the first time when they both shared the same University at Syracuse. After the regular meet up and hangouts, the pair became irresistible to one another. Soon enough, they started dating and shared marriage vows in 2003.
Being a fitness instructor, Nicole keeps her husband updated on his diet and checks if he consumes too many junk food or not. However, Jeff, being a food lover, occasionally cheats on his diet behind the shadow of his wife.
Besides, the married couple timely run together along the west side, which Jeff loves doing when it gets cold. The pair continues their workout on Sunday, let it be running or something else. Nicole’s interest in maintaining her husband’s health shows how much affection she possesses for him.
Jeff and Nicole have grown up as a couple, parenting their two kids. The family currently resides in Connecticut.
Jeff Glor with his wife, Nicole Glab, and children- son, Jake Glor, and daughter, Victoria Channing Glor enjoying their family time on Easter on 21 April 2019 (Photo: Nicole Glor's Instagram)
The couple has done a fantastic job raising their two beautiful children. Jack Glor their first born boy and Victoria Channing Glor- the only daughter have always been the foremost priorities of their life.
On 12 Apri 2019, Nicole wished her husband on their 16th wedding anniversary. Despite their long-time together, they still transmit the vibe of a newly-wed and to date look young and gorgeous as ever.
Jeff Glor's Career & Net Worth
Jeff began his career in media working as the morning news anchor on WSTM-TV in 1997. Later on, he was promoted as a co-anchor of WSTM-TV Syracuse’s 5 p.m. newscast and a reporter for the 11 p.m. newscast. In his six-year career at WSTM, Jeff was honored as the “Best Male News Anchor” by Syracuse New Times.
He began to work with CBS News back in 2007. In the initial years, he reported The Early Show, but in 2009, he began anchoring CBS Evening News (the Saturday edition). With the passing year, Jeff achieved new heights with his excellence in the work.
On 25 October 2017, CBS announced that Jeff would be permanently serving as the anchor of CBS Evening News. Besides, he became the permanent weekday anchor of CBS Evening News on 4 December 2017. He works on the network alongside CBS correspondent Tony Dokoupil.
It is evident that Jeff Glor has marked a great impression in the world of media. His extraordinary analytical skill not only boosts his outstanding fame but also earns him a riveting salary. As per the reports, Jeff Glor’s net worth dwells above $3 million.
Jeff Glor's Bio:
Jeffrey T. Glor, known by his name Jeff Glor, was born on 12 July 1975, in Buffalo, New York, U.S. He was close to his parents and received an enormous amount of support and care from them. Jeff, who has a white ethnicity, was interested in acting from an early age.
Jeff attended Kenmore East High School, a public high school in his hometown of Tonawanda. Later on, he received a double degree in Journalism and Economics from Syracuse University in 1997.
Subsequently, Jeff started his glorious journalism career and became the inspiration for several newcomers of the journaling realm.