Who is Debby Knox?
Debby Knox is an American multi-award-winning journalist working at WISH-TV as a news anchor doing the evening news segment since the 1900s. Previously, she was WISH-TV’s 24-Hour News 8’s lead TV journalist and worked the evening newscasts. Previously, she served stations in the northern Indiana communities of Elkhart and South Bend working the evening news with longtime co-anchor Mike Ahern.
Additionally, she mainly focused on health and medical technology matters and public figures discussions while at WISH-TV. She interviewed former Russian President Mikhail Gorbachev, Nobel Peace Prize Recipient Desmond Tutu, Nobel Scientist Dr. James Watson, Medal of Honor Recipient Sammy Davis, Senators Elizabeth Dole, Richard Lugar, Evan Bayh, Former First Lady Barbara Bush, Boston Celtics Coach Brad Stevens, and authors, John Green, Kurt Vonnegut, jr. and Anne Patchett.
Debby Knox Date of Birth / Age
Knox is approximately 51 years as of 2023 although her exact age is not known as she has managed to keep her date of birth away from the public. However, we will update the information once available.
Debby Knox Height
Knox stands at a height of approximately 5 feet and 6 inches tall.
Debby Knox Parents and Siblings
Knox was born and raised in Edwardsburg, Michigan by her parents. Her parents are Dr. and Mrs. Robert Knox from, Eagle Lake.
Debby Knox Spouse/ Husband
Knox’s husband is called Richard Tirman. Her husband is a retired psychologist and a former director of Butler University Counseling Centre.
Debby Knox Kids / Children
Knox is a proud mother of two whom she got with her husband Richard. However, she manages to keep information regarding her children away from the limelight. We will update this information once it’s available to the public.
Debby Knox Education
Knox schooled at Edwardsburg High School and later graduated from the University of Michigan.
Debby Knox Career
Knox started working at the stations in the northern Indiana communities of Elkhart and South Bend working the evening news with longtime co-anchor Mike Ahern. Then, she came to WISH-TV and served as the news anchor under the evening news segment. While there, she spent most of her time on headlines involving health and medical technology and public figures’ discussions.
She also held many interviews with former Russian President Mikhail Gorbachev, Nobel Peace Prize Recipient Desmond Tutu, Nobel Scientist Dr. James Watson, Medal of Honor Recipient Sammy Davis, Senators Elizabeth Dole, Richard Lugar, Evan Bayh, Former First Lady Barbara Bush, Boston Celtics Coach Brad Stevens, and authors, John Green, Kurt Vonnegut, jr. and Anne Patchett. Additionally, she was crowned Miss Edwardsburg and Miss Blossomtime.
Debby is also a skier, avid reader, and exercise enthusiast. Therefore, she loves helping out in the community by fueling fundraising spirit and supporting her children’s school St. Richard together with Christal DeHaan’s Global Schools, Trinity Episcopal Church, Indianapolis, Cathedral High School, Indianapolis, Butler University, and the University of Michigan. . Besides she is active on her social media platforms. She has also worked with 2 of her colleagues on a documentary on the Sisters of St. Francis, Oldenburg.
How Much Does Debby Knox Earn?
Knox earns an annual salary that ranges from $45,000-$130,000.
How Much is Debby Knox Worth?
As an anchor, Debby has been able to accumulate a net worth that ranges from $1 million to $5 million.
Debby Knox Accomplishments
Knox has also been gifted with many awards and Emmy nominations like the one she received from the prestigious Society of Professional Journalists and the National American Heart Association for a documentary on a heart transplant patient. She also got the Indiana State Medical Journalism awards, for a meaningful investigation on the Indiana Blood Center. Additionally, she won the Associated Press and United Press International awards together with Theodore Barrett Award from the Indiana Psychological Association. Among her many accomplishments, she was also a six-time recipient of favorite female TV news anchors by Indianapolis Woman Magazine. Not long ago, she joined the Associated Press Broadcast Hall of Fame, became an organization, Girls Inc. honoree, and was appointed Distinguished Hoosier by Governor Mike Pence in 2013.
Debby Knox Retirement
Knox retired after 33 years of working as an anchor and reporter for WISH-TV News. She retired from the station in the month of November 2013.
Debby Knox Wikipedia
Knox has not yet been written on Wikipedia. We will update this information once information about him is available on Wikipedia.