Rick Folbaum is an American journalist currently working for the prestigious CBS46 News as an anchor.
He joined the CBS 46 in September 2019, presenting the news at 4, 6, and 11 pm and also on Peachtree TV at 9 pm.
For his outstanding contributions, Rick has won several awards and honors including 2008 Emmy for reporting on the 9/11 memorial ceremony in Lower Manhattan, 2016 Emmy for covering Pulse Nightclub massacre, and 2017 Emmy for series of reports on South Florida’s Holocaust survivor community.
Rick Folbaum Married To Wife?
Rick Folbaum is happily married to Kelcey Kintner. His wife currently works as Director of Media Strategy at Red Banyan.
She also works as a freelance writer and influencer, developing brand strategies and creative public relations campaigns for different companies.
RIck and Kelcey may not have disclosed details of their marriage, but they have shared several photos of their five kids.
Scrolling down through the couple’s social media timelines, one can see the beautiful pictures of their three daughters, Summer Folbaum, Dylan Folbaum, Harlowe Falboum, and two sons, Cash and Chase Folbaum.
Ricky Folbaum posts a picture of his five kids on 18 July 2016 (Photo: Kelcey Kintner's Instagram)
In addition to being a successful journalist, Rick is also a lovely husband and caring father.
His frequently shared photos about his family members with beautiful captions make it apparent how much he is engaged in his family.
As a family loving person, Ricky always finds time to spend with his family despite his busy career.
Rick Folbaum’s Wiki / Bio: Age, Family
Rick Folbaum celebrates his birthday on 5th August of every year. The 1969-born journalist has not shared details of his early life, but he is found talking about his family members on social media.
Similarly, Rick can be seen wishing his mother, Ilene, a happy Mother’s Day on a tweet from 12th May 2013.
Talking about his education, Rick is a graduate with a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.
After the completion of his studies, he commenced his career at KSPN FM Radio in Aspen, Colorado.
Then, he worked for WTXF TV in Philadelphia, followed by WORAM in New York City.
After that, his journey in broadcast journalism began to flourish and went on advancing. By now, Rick has become a reputed personality with a long list of experiences and contributions, earning a hefty salary.