Gene Lavanchy, Bio, Age, Fox 25, Family, Wife, Children, Salary

Gene Lavanchy

Gene Lavanchy Biography

Gene Lavanchy is an American tv and radio personality. He currently works as a co-host of WFXT’s Boston 25 Morning News in Boston. Gene co-hosts the show along with Kim Carrigan. Prior to becoming a WTXT employee, he served as a sports director as well as a sports anchor at Channel 7/WHDH7. Gene also served as a sportscaster for Rhode Island, Florida, as well as Massachusetts television stations. He and his fellow broadcast journalist Dave Briggs served as sportscasters for Boston television stations.  After graduating with a broadcast journalism degree at Emerson College,  Gene launched his career by working at WJCC-AM radio station based in Norfolk, Massachusetts.

Gene is an active member of the community. An active board member of the Friends of Walpole Community Athletic Complex. The group works tirelessly to raise money and build new fields at Walpole High School as well as make improvements at recreational sports fields all over the city. Additionally, Gene served as a spokesperson for the Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress, The Independence 5k Walk, as well as The Buddy Walk. In 2012, he was honored as the “Person of the Year” by the Friends of St. Patrick organization due to his community work in Walpole.

Gene Lavanchy Age

He was born on September 17, 1964, in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Gene is 56 years old.

Gene Lavanchy Height

He is a man of average stature. Gene stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in ( Approx 1.7m).

Gene Lavanchy Family

He was born to his father and mother in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. However, Gene has always kept details of his parents and siblings as a private matter, he does not share anything to do with his family with the public.

Gene Lavanchy Wife

He is a married man. Gene married his lovely wife called Anne Marie and they have been blessed with four children i.e Matthew Lavanchy, Jack Lavanchy, Brett Lavanchy, and Lauren Lavanchy. He and his family currently reside in Walpole, Massachusetts, United States.


Lavanchy and his wife have four kids. The eldest is Matthew followed by Jack, Brett, and Lauren. Matthew attends Wheaton College. The other three are making their way through the Walpole school system.

Gene Lavanchy Education

He holds a bachelor’s degree in Science, Mass Communication, and broadcast journalism from Emerson College. Gene graduated from college in 1986.

Gene Lavanchy Fox25

He currently works as a co-host of WFXT’s Boston 25 Morning News in Boston. Gene is among the most recognizable anchors in Boston. In 2003,  Gene was played a very important part in the Boston 25 Morning News launch. The “all local, all morning long” blend of news, traffic,  as well as the weather began as just an alternative to national morning shows and has grown into the “go-to” newscast for busy morning citizens of Boston.

Gene takes pride in preparing New Englanders for the day. He anchors most of a six-hour local morning newscast which gives him a chance to alert his viewers to breaking news, he also provides context as well as perspective on the big stories of the day, without forgetting his finest skills, floating Dad Jokes. For more than 14 seasons, Gene field-anchored Boston 25 Morning News well known as popular Zip Trips. He has broadcasted live and met some of the amazing people from more than 250 cities and towns all over the state.

Gene also carried out interviews with countless newsmakers, celebrities,  as well as everyday citizens who do extraordinary things to bring change to the world. Prior to joining Boston 25 Morning News, Gene served for ten years as a sports director as well as a lead sports anchor at WHDH-TV based in Boston. He as well hosted the popular Sunday night show called Sports Xtra. Before that, Gene worked as a sports anchor at WLNE-TV based in Providence, Rhode Island, and also WBBH-TV based in Fort Myers, Florida. He formerly worked as the host of WSBK-TV’s Boston Bruins telecasts.

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Gene Lavanchy Salary

He earns his salary by working as a co-host of WFXT’s Boston 25 Morning News in Boston. Gene’s average salary is $77,634 per year

Gene Lavanchy Net Worth

His journalism career and his current position as a co-host of WFXT’s Boston 25 Morning News in Boston has enabled him to accumulate decent wealth. Gene’s estimated net worth is $977,598.

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Gene Lavanchy Awards and Achievements

Lavanchy’s legacy ranges from reporting to news anchoring and field broadcasting. He is, with no doubt, a fine journalist as outlined in the following awards and accomplishments:

  • UPI Award – 1988
  • AP Award – 1991
  • Best of Boston Award – 1994

Frequently Asked Questions About Gene Lavanchy

Who is G. Lavanchy?

Gene is a well-known co-host of Boston 25 Morning News at WFXT-TV. Prior to joining WFXT, he was the sports director and anchor at WHDH-TV.

How old is G. Lavanchy?

Gene is an American national born on 17th September 1964, in Boston, Massachusetts.

How tall is G. Lavanchy?

He has not shared his height with the public. His height will be listed once we have it from a credible source.

Is G. Lavanchy married?

Yes, he is married to Anne-Marie. They have been married for over 22 years now and together they have four children. The couple resides in Walpole, Massachusetts together with their children.

How much is G. Lavanchy worth?

Gene has not yet revealed his net worth. We will update this section when we get and verify information about the wealth and properties under his name.

How much does G. Lavanchy make?

Per our average wage estimates for a journalist working at WFXT channel 25, Gene receives an annual salary ranging between $56,849 and $90,699 that translates to an hourly average wage of between $6.65 and $10.35.

Where does G. Lavanchy live?

Gene stays with his family in Walpole, Massachusetts.

Is G. Lavanchy dead or alive?

Gene is alive and in good health. There have been no reports of him being sick or having any health-related issues.

Where is G. Lavanchy now?

Gene is pursuing his career in journalism. He is working as the co-host of Boston 25 Morning News at WFXT-TV.

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