American news anchor Steve Raible is a familiar face in the world of media for his weeknight news reporting on KIRO 7 in Seattle, Washington. More than that, the veteran gained much fame as a former pro football player as a wide receiver.
Gushing his professional life, Steve never misses a chance to be with his loving and caring wife. Besides, he admires her for the effort she has put into making Steve Raible who he is now.
Flaunts Blissful Life With Supportive Partner!
Steve Raible basks on a compelling personal life with the support and motivation of his beautiful wife.
Steve is married to his 37-years-old life partner, Sharon, who inspires him and supports on his every high and low. Besides, Steve also admires his wife for her determination never to lose a fight when she was diagnosed with lupus more than two decades ago.
Apart from sharing the love and care for one another, the lovely couple flaunts their imperishable bond making timely appearances in public. Meanwhile, the sensational couple is honored with multiple awards for their regular community service.
Steve and Sharon received the Distinguished Community Service Award from the Grace Heffernan Arnold Guild of Fred Hutchison Cancer Research Center in 2004. Similarly, the caring pair got honored by the research center for their many years of support in 2007.
Although Steve and Sharon never miss a chance to be with one another, the couple hasn’t revealed about their wedding date and how they came close till now. Besides, the couple never mentions their children in public, if they have any.
Steve Raible’s Bio: Journey From Pro Football To Broadcasting
Steve Carl Raible, better known as Steve Raible, was born on 2 June 1954, in Louisville, Kentucky, USA. His father, Carl, was a trumpet player and music educator whereas his mother, Lee, worked as a homemaker and hospital volunteer.
Steve was the first graduated member of Trinity High School to play football. Raible then started his career as a tight end in the wishbone offense playing for Georgia Tech in Atlanta.
The TV anchor got selected in the second round selection of the 1976 NFL draft where he played wide receiver for the six seasons up to 1981.
In the second preseason game in mid-august, of the final seasons, Raible arouse with a collapsed lung and never played again and retired the match. Soon, in June 1982, he was appointed as color analyst for the Seahawks radio broadcasts and later became a sports reporter at KIRO-TV and now shares as one of the anchors of the team.
Steve Raible on KIRO 7 on 12 July 2017 (Photo: kiro7.com)
Playing a role of analyst for 22 seasons, Raible became the lead play-to-play radio announcer for the Seahawks on flag stations KIRO-AM 710 ESPN Seattle and KIRO Radio 97.3FM, where his catchphrases included “Are you kidding me?” and “Holy catfish.”
He also hosted the TV coverage of the Seafair hydroplane races and Blue Angeles airshows. The famous news anchor shaved his famous mustache in March 2008 for which he received a lot of public attention.
In his career as a news reporter, Steve has bagged five Regional Emmy Awards, including two of them for Best Anchor.
From the reports, of CURBED SEATTLE on 20 October 2014, Raible bought the Queen Anne Dutch Colonial Home that had a market value of $1.3 million. However, no precise information is flashed out about his actual net worth. According to an online website, a news anchor at KIRO TV earns an average salary of $86,716 and top earners up to $124,684.