Eileen Frere is the Canadian Orange County bureau chief and KABC TV reporter. In 2001, she began her career at ABC7 Eyewitness News. She began her broadcasting career at an Ottawa radio station before moving on to report for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) on radio and television.
Her four years at KOMO in Seattle, Washington were quite impressive. She even covered the World Trade Organization riots and the 2001 Seattle earthquake.
Relationship Status: Single?
Eileen is married to Randy McKinley, who describes himself on social media as a mentor, motivator, and businessman. He enjoys golf and watching sports.
Eileen lives happily ever after in Los Angeles, California, with her small and lovely family. Toward the end of 2017, she gave birth to her little bundle of joy, a lovely daughter.
Eileen and her other half prefer to live away from the media and public eye, even on social media. Unlike many of her other birthdays, Eileen’s birthday on 3 May 2019 would live on in her memory forever. Her husband underwent surgery on the same day, bringing him one step closer to recovery. On social media, she prayed for his quick recovery.
Eileen Frere: Biography and Age
Eileen grew up in rural Ontario, Canada, with her older brother, Mark. She was still a farm girl at heart, having grown up and worked all summer in her family strawberry farm, which was run by her beloved grandparents.
Eileen is of Caucasian descent, as are her parents. The reporter, also known as Eileen Ferer and Eillen Terer, enjoys trail running and gardening in her spare time.
She graduated with honors from Carleton University in Ottawa with a combined degree in journalism and law. She is now 64 years old and stands tall, looking much younger and healthier. Her ideal height and body measurements complement almost every outfit she chooses to wear.
Salary and Net Worth
In her journalism career, Eileen has received numerous titles and awards. Some of her notable accomplishments include a Columbus Film & Video Festival Award for her in-depth look into the use of steroids and an honorary recognition from the US Border Patrol for her coverage of issues involving the Canada-US border.
Eileen is also a member of the Asian-American Journalists Association. She has volunteered for organizations such as Crime Survivors, Komen Race for the Cure, Alzheimer’s Association OC, and Goodwill.
Overall, KABC TV reportedly pays her an average salary of $95K for her long hours of covering bits and pieces of breaking news and court cases to featuring human interest.
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