Anne Allred is an American news anchor and reporter for KSDK News Channel. She anchors for the KSDK news channel at 6 and 10 pm.
Nationality / Age / Net Worth
Allred is an American citizen born(on January 19, 1982) in St. Louis County, United States. As of 2019, she is 37 years of age belonging to white ethnicity.
Allred gets an impressive salary, but the exact salary of her is unknown. Information is still under research.
She is the daughter to Allen Allred, as the father and Dawn Peterman, as the mother.
Husband / Wedding
Anne is the wife of famous lawyer Drew Lammert. The couple ties their knot on May 31, 2014, at the Church of the Annunziata. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Allred are the Bride’s parents and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lammert was the Groom’s parent present at the marriage ceremony. Drew and Anne met in De Smet High Grad high school, and since then, they have both been in a relationship together.
Andrew M. Lammert is a partner at the law firm of McCarthy, Leonard & Kaemmerer where he specializes in business, construction, and insurance defense litigation. He is a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Law and is a licensed attorney in both state and federal courts in Missouri and Illinois.
The couple becomes parents to their firstborn child(a girl) on the 22nd of May, 2016.
Education / College
Anne attends De Smet High Grad high school and a graduate of Villa Duchesne and Initially, an intern at KSDK in college, but later she got the journalism professionally. Apparently, we have no information in relation to the college he joins.
Personal LifeAnne Allred
Her twitter details show that she is a kidney transplant recipient. This is confirmed when she updates her cover photo on Twitter promoting Organ and Tissue Donation.
Why She had her Kidney Transplant
She is healthy till she is 33, The birth to her daughter Nora became the misery of time for her. After giving birth to her daughter in 2016, Anne’s kidney stops functioning properly, and it becomes an urgency to transplant her kidney.
A clinal syndrome known as Atypical Uremic Syndrome created blood clots that worsen her kidney condition. She was fortunate that she got a kidney donor named Michael Zangara.
She goes on dialysis for, eight hours a night, more than six months. The medications and lack of exercise during her suffering cause her to gain weight. Currently, she is healthy and back on to work for KSDK.
She is enthusiastically, spreading awareness of Tissue and organ transplantation and promoting public issues.
Career / Reporter & Anchor
Anne Allred in an anchor and reporter at 5 On Your Side in St. Louis, Missouri. She anchors the 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. news with Mike Bush and wins the Mid-America Emmy award for best news anchor for her coverage of the 2014 unrest in Ferguson, Missouri.
She is a native of St. Louis, joining 5 On Your Side in January 2013. She’s travel extensively to cover some of the biggest news stories such as content for the Olympics Games in Beijing, Vancouver, and London.
She comes to 5 On Your Side from WHDH, the NBC affiliate in Boston, where she works for six years serving as the weekday morning and noon anchor. Her worked at WHDH resulted in a 2012 Emmy nomination for best news anchor.
Earlier from WHDH, Anne works at WSYX/WTTE in Columbus, Ohio, WCTI in New Bern, N.C., and for NPR. She is excited to be back in her hometown rooting on the Cardinals, but, she says 5 On Your Side feels like home as well.
Anne got the journalism “bug” when she interned at 5 On Your Side in college.
WHDH / BOSTON
Anne Allred serves at Boston NBC affiliate for a span of 6 years before saying goodbye.
“The last five and a half years working with Anne have been wonderful,” Adam Williams said as he introduced a tribute to Allred Friday (video above). “Anne’s going to be heading back to St Louis to work for the NBC station out there, to be closer to family and loved ones.”
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