WTAE' Kelly Frey Wiki: Age, Cancer, Husband, Children, Salary
|Date of Birth||1974|
|Net Worth||Not Disclosed|
|Salary||$53,441 Per Year (Approx.)|
|Social Media||Facebook, Twitter|
|Children/Kids||Bennett (Son), Marena (Daughter)|
|Education||Downingtown High School, University of Pittsburgh|
Despite being diagnosed with breast cancer, WTAE's Kelly Frey was overwhelmed by the love and support of her family and did not let the abnormal cell growth rob the blessing of her family. Although she sheltered her arms around her husband and her children, the award-winning journalist can't compare her cancer journey with her son, who was born with a rare brain malformation.
The strong lady who remained victorious in one of the deadliest diseases is a familiar face in Pittsburgh's Action News 4 This Morning. For her awareness raise towards breast cancer, Kelly coveted her name as 'Pittsburgher of the Year.'
Diagnosed With Breast Cancer
During late January 2017, WTAE's Kelly Frey got diagnosed with an early stage breast cancer after she found a lump. Within a month, her cancer got aggressive, and she announced her condition on-air during early March 2017. The broadcasting personality then shared the details of her treatment through her WTAE Facebook account.
The Gracie Award-winning journalist shared videos on her feed where she showed her hair-fall while receiving chemotherapy. Kelly addressed that when she started shampooing, lots of hair began to fall out. She surgically removed the lumps and shared a live-video on 22 November 2017. The emotional video marked her 23rd and final radiation session and her completion of the treatment of breast cancer.
Revealed Cancer To Husband; Blessed With Two Children
Kelly Fray's journey to actualize an insight of normalcy and continuity inaugurated after she felt the hard lump on 21 January 2017. The anchor of Pittsburgh's Action News 4 This Morning was in a dilemma whether or not to tell her husband Jason Luhn about her early-stage breast cancer. She caught Jason off guard and revealed that she had a lump and was going to have a biopsy.
Within a week, she and her Lt. Colonel husband Jason visited the Hillman Cancer Center where Kelly learned that she had breast cancer. After receiving treatments along with support from her husband and kids, the media personality overcame her battle with cancer.
Kelly Frey with her husband Jason Luhn and their two children Bennett and Marena (Photo: Facebook)
Breast cancer was not the first life-changing event for the mother of two children. The 43-year-old award-winning personality and her tanker pilot husband Jason welcomed their elder son Bennett in 2009. However, the couple's son Bennett was born with a rare brain malformation and was multi-diagnosis with Epilepsy and Dandy-Walker. In her Facebook page Building for Bennett, Kelly shared the journey of her expanding the house for her elder son Bennett.
Their younger daughter Merna is the best friend of her brother, who painted a sweet family picture of them on January 2017. Her love towards Bennett is so much that she depicted a picture of her brother sitting in a wheelchair in the middle of her family. Kelly and Jason along with their children also cherish their two cats and a dog.
How Much Is Kelly Frey's Salary And Net Worth?
Kelly, 44, has accumulated her net worth from her broadcasting career. According to paysa.com, WTAE employees in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania earns an average salary of $53,441, and their annual payment ranges between the amount of $44,362 to $92,000. The award-winning journalist joined WTAE in 2000 and currently serves as an anchor for 'Pittsburgh's Action News 4 This Morning.'
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Kelly Frey was born in 1974 and is from West Chester, Pennsylvania. For her accolades, the WTAE-TV anchor got her named carved as Pittsburgher of the Year in Pittsburgh Magazine at the age of 43.
Kelly also secured Gracie Award on 27 June 2018 in New York City during Gracie Awards Luncheon. She received an honorary of Gracie Award from the Alliance for Women in Media Foundation. As per wiki, after her graduation from Downingtown High School, she attended the University of Pittsburgh.