John Lauritsen Bio, WCCO, Age, Height, Parents, Spouse, Children, Salary, and Net Worth

Who is John Lauritsen?

John Lauritsen is a reporter who is an Emmy award-winning from Montevideo, Minn.  Currently, John reports at WCCO-TV in Minnesota since late July of 2007. The Interstate 35W bridge collapsed only two days after Lauritsen joined the WCCO team. Therefore, he has done various stories like floods, tornadoes to blizzards some of which have dumped nearly two feet of snow on Minnesota. Also, John has covered crime stories, sporting events, a fire, and human interest stories.

John Lauritsen
John Lauritsen

John Lauritsen Date of Birth / Age

Lauritsen is originally from Milan, Minnesota, in the United States. However, his dates of birth and his actual age are not known to the public domain but he is about 53years as of 2022.

John Lauritsen Weight and Height

Lauritsen is about 5 feet 7 inches and has an average weight of about 154 pounds in weight but exact measurements will be updated later.

John Lauritsen Parents and Siblings

Lauritsen was brought up on a farm near Milan, Minnesota, and went to Montevideo Senior High School where he graduated with a  diploma. Further, John joined St. Cloud State University and earned a master’s degree in mass communications. Besides, he taught a class at St. Cloud State University. He believes growing up on a farm and going to school in a small town assisted him to become the excellent reporter he is today.

John Lauritsen Spouse / Wife

John Lauritsen is married to his wife, Jessica whom he prefers to keep information about away from the limelight. We will update this information once it’s available to the public.

John Lauritsen Kids / Children

The duo are proud parents to their two children namely Harlow and Bo and the family resides in Maple Grove. However, details on children will be posted when available to the public.

John Lauritsen Education

John Lauritsen went to Montevideo Senior High School and graduated with a  diploma. Further, John joined St. Cloud State University and earned a master’s degree in mass communications. Besides, he taught a class at St. Cloud State University

John Lauritsen Career

Lauritsen is a reporter who is an Emmy award-winning from Montevideo, Minn.  Currently, John reports at WCCO-TV in Minnesota since late July of 2007. The Interstate 35W bridge collapsed only two days after Lauritsen joined the WCCO team. Therefore, he has done various stories like floods, tornadoes to blizzards some of which have dumped nearly two feet of snow on Minnesota. Also, John has covered crime stories, sporting events, a fire, and human interest stories.

John is always excited to cover stories highlighting special moments in someone’s life. He vividly remembers In 2008, he reported on a soldier coming home from Iraq and surprising his daughter at her volleyball game. In addition, he also covered Minnesota’s only poisonous snake population in southeastern and was not bitten in the process.

Lauritsen started his career at KSAX-TV in Alexandria, Minn., and thereafter moved to Waterloo, Iowa, at KWWL-TV. John joined Channel 12 in Brooklyn Park, Minn., prior to reporting at WCCO-TV.  Therefore, he has proudly reported, anchored, reported, and anchored on sports, edited, produced, and photographed during his television career. Besides, John loves keeping fit at the gym and plays in one of three volleyball leagues hence keeping him busy throughout the year. Additionally, he enjoys playing in a football league in the fall and actively plays tennis.

John ran the Twin Cities Marathon for the first time in 2009. Further, he has ever surfed, skydived, and rock climbing, and is an avid reader whenever he is off duty. He resides in Maple Grove together with his wife, Jessica, and children named Harlow and Bo.

How Much Does John Lauritsen Earn?

Lauritsen’s exact annual salary is not publicly known but can be approximated at about $60,000-$160,000

How Much is John Lauritsen Worth?

As a reporter and anchor, Lauritsen has been able to accumulate a net worth that ranges between $1 million to $5 million.

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