Rob Vaughn Biography
Rob Vaughn is an American journalist who has anchored the news on WFMZ-TV for more than thirty years. Honored as “Broadcaster of the Year” by the Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters (PAB) in 2018, Rob is a fixture in the region and has been nominated several times for the Emmy in the News Anchor category in the Philadelphia TV market. Rob anchors the 5:00, 5:30, 6:00, 10:00 and 10:30 newscasts along with Wendy Davis.
Rob Vaughn Anchor | Career
Rob joined WFMZ in 1987 after anchoring radio news in Philadelphia (WIP-AM) and in Washington DC (the Associated Press Radio Network). Along the way, he has narrated documentaries on the History Channel, Discovery and other networks, and his op-ed essays have appeared in The Morning Call (Allentown), the New York Post, the Phila. Daily News and other publications.
Rob Vaughn Age
Details about Vaughn’s date of birth are not known therefore it is not known when he celebrates his birthday. He likes to keep his personal matters away from the public eye making it difficult to know his age, hence this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Rob Vaughn Family
Broadcasting is the family business. Rob’s father, Robert Vaughn, was a wide best-known radio newsman in N.Y (WCBS) and Philadelphia (WIP). His brother, Mike, works for the business news channel CNBC. Rob’s son, Jim, is additionally an anchor at WFMZ-TV. And Rob’s first-cousin, Del Vaughn, was a correspondent for the CBS Evening News with Bruno Walter Cronkite. Del died during a 1972 helicopter crash in central Pa. While reporting on flooding caused by Hurricane Agnes.
Rob Vaughn Wife
Rob, his wife Angela, and their kids — Jim, Elizabeth, and Stephanie — performed for years as the (mainly) a cappella vocal group, “The Vaughn Five.” They sang at churches and other venues, including Allentown’s Mayfair Festival, Stabler Arena, and at Allentown’s Coca-Cola Park, where an IronPigs baseball crowd of 10,000 gave a rousing ovation to The Vaughn Five’s rendition of the national anthem in 2011. He lives with Angela in Bucks County and loves spending time with their three children and ten grandchildren.
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Rob Vaughn Net Worth
Working as an anchor at WFMZ, there is no doubt Vaughn earns a good salary and has been able to accumulate good net worth. However, his exact net worth has not yet been revealed but the information will be updated as soon as it is available.
Rob Vaughn Salary
Vaughn’s annual salary is estimated to be between $24,292 and $72,507 or an hourly average wage of between $10.15 and $31.32. This is per our average wage estimates for a journalist in the United States.
Rob Vaughn Community Work
Rob is active in community work, giving time to the Salvation Army’s Adoption and foster care program, the National multiple sclerosis Society, the Cancer Support Community, the Lehigh valley Prayer Breakfast, and different teams and ministries. He has a B.A. from Temple University and master’s degrees from Biblical (now Missio) Seminary in Hatfield, Pa. Rob is active in leadership at Community Bible Fellowship Church in Red Hill, Pa. and within the Bible Fellowship denomination. he’s often a speaker for civic and church teams.
Rob Vaughn After 25 years, still in love and sold on matrimony
Article by Rob Vaughn;
A woman captured me in 1975. I still don’t want to be released. In this spring season of rampant marrying, I happily extol the institution of marriage. Blissfully married as I am these 25 years (we married in “78, three years after my surrender and capture), I want to argue vigorously the merits of matrimony and to urge the unhitched to hitch.
Angela was 19 when I met her, full of words and life, effervescent, stunning, and busy entrancing various young men. She was doing just that when I first laid eyes on her: She had commandeered the front of our Temple University marching band bus and was regaling various male members with loud, amusing stories.
I was mesmerized. I was also shy, but I took a chance and blurted some stupid thing into the mix, caught her attention, and the rest, as they say, is history. I’ll skip the exhilarating details of our courtship, except to mention the amazing sign that confirmed our union: As we locked lips outside Johnson Hall at Temple, a passing bird took aim and fired, splattering us both. Smart-bombed in mid-kiss. It doesn’t get any clearer than that.
A quarter-century of life shared with this remarkable person doesn’t make me an expert on marriage (just ask her). It makes me a grateful champion of this way of living. Marriage is a lot of trouble — it is an adventure, said G.K. Chesterton, “like going to war” — but it’s worth it.
Wives are to husbands as milk is to Oreos. There’s a magical coalescence, a savory sense of completion. My wife is the garlic in my gravy. (South Philly Italian girls like Angela call their homemade spaghetti sauce “gravy.” And they use their cruel culinary powers to ensnare unsuspecting admirers. (Don’t say I didn’t warn you.)
Frequently Asked Questions About Rob Vaughn
Who is Vaughn?
He is one of America’s best-known and loved journalists.
How old is Vaughn?
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How tall is Vaughn?
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Is Vaughn married?
He is married to Angela.
How much is Vaughn worth?
His net worth is still under review.
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Is Vaughn dead or alive?
He is alive and healthy.
Where is Vaughn now?
He anchors at WFMZ.