Who is Bob Kovachick?
Bob Kovachick joined WNYT in April 1988 as NewsChannel 13’s chief meteorologist. Bob is responsible for preparing and delivering daily weather forecasts for the 5, 5:30 and 6 p.m. newscasts. A graduate of Lyndon State College in Lyndon, Vermont, Kovachick received his B.S. …
What happened to Bob Kovachick arm?
Bob K. fell off a ladder putting up storm windows and dislocated his shoulder late one afternoon.
Is Bob Kovachick retired?
Bob Kovachick, WNYT Television’s longtime chief meteorologist, will leave the station’s 11 p.m. news broadcast in early June. Kovachick will still be on weather coverage during WNYT’s late afternoon and early evening news shows. He made the request to spend more time with his family.
Is Tim Drawbridge married?
Drawbridge is a happily married man who has not yet shared the identity of his wife. He is also the father of one daughter named Emily. Sources claim that Tim is a happy single father who enjoys every moment with her daughter.
Is Neal Estano married?
I’m Neal Estano, a former WRGB Channel 6 weatherman. After 27 years, I recently switched careers. Now I’m a Realtor with RealtyUSA, the Chad Perkins team. My wife, Marcie Fraser, and I live in Wilton.
Where is Neal Estano from?
Estano was the region’s first TV morning meteorologist on the very first morning newscast in the area at WRGB/CBS6 Albany back in 1987. The New Hampshire native has a 25-year-old son.
Is Neal Estano still married to Marcie Fraser?
After 27 years, I recently switched careers. Now I’m a Realtor with RealtyUSA, the Chad Perkins team. My wife, Marcie Fraser, and I live in Wilton. She is the medical reporter for YNN.
Is Neal Estano retiring?
Estano, 48, will spend his last day April 25 delivering weather forecasts on the station’s early-morning news show. He has been doing a morning newscast for 13 years, the last 3 1/2 years at the local CBS affiliate. “I feel like I’m missing out on family life,” he said.
Where is Samica Knight now?
Samica is active in her church and works diligently as a volunteer in her community. She is thrilled that she now has a chance to spend more time with her family, including her dogs.