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Kevin Benson Biography, Age, Net Worth, Early Life, Wife, WPXI – WPXI

Kevin Benson is a television meteorologist for WPXI in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He is a member of the National Weather Association

Kevin Benson Biography

Kevin Benson is a television meteorologist for WPXI in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He is a member of the National Weather Association and the American Meteorological Society, which has given him the AMS seal of approval. He was born in Brockway, Pennsylvania and graduated from Gannon University in Erie, Pennsylvania.

Kevin Benson Age

He was born in 1959 in Brockway, Pennsylvania, United States, He is 60 years old

 Kevin Benson Early Life

He held early radio employment in Erie and DuBois, Pennsylvania, and later became a weather forecaster on Erie’s WJET-TV. He then became a weekend afternoon DJ at WTAE-AM in Pittsburgh. He joined NBC affiliate WPXI in September 1987 as a part-time weatherman. He became a WPXI co-anchor on the first news program on Saturday morning on the Pittsburgh television market in June 1990. The experiment has been a success and Sunday afternoons have been extended to include the format.

Benson followed a second career in beer sales while working part-time at WPXI. He worked for the Erie headquarters of Stroh Brewery Company during the early 1980s; from 1984 to 1987 he was a brand director for Iron City Beer; and from the late 1980s to the early 1990s, he helped rescue a struggling Anheuser-Busch wholesale dealer in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania.

Kevin Benson

Benson was defined as having had the “defining time” of his television career during the 1993 Blizzard, where he and a co-anchor were on the air for most of the weekend. Co-workers were unable to get to the station to relieve them from the snow-covered highways. The event, Benson said, “really placed me on the map.” WPXI employed Benson full time in 1998.

He graduated from the Mississippi State University meteorology training program in 2003 and was awarded a certificate in broadcast meteorology. A reporter from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette criticized a 2006 WPXI petrol gift submitted by Benson because it permitted “commercialism to invade the boundaries of the newscast.” After reporting on the weather at WPXI for nearly all of his years on weekends, the station was stationary.

Kevin Benson Family

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Kevin Benson Net Worth

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Kevin Benson Wife

Kevin Benson is technically still married to Tammy Ann Patton who’s facing felony bigamy charges. A copy of a marriage license obtained by 11 News shows on September 14th, 2009, Kevin Benson married Tammy Ann Patton.

Soldier Trying to Divorce Woman Accused of Bigamy

A soldier who married a woman while she was married to another soldier, said Thursday, he feels terrible for ever getting involved. Kevin Benson is technically still married to Tammy Ann Patton who’s facing felony bigamy charges. A copy of a marriage license obtained by 11 News shows on September 14th, 2009, Kevin Benson married Tammy Ann Patton.

“We were together after the marriage a month or two when I was notified she was already married to a soldier in Iraq,” Benson said. That soldier, Eugene Patton, married Tammy in 2008. The union is recorded on their marriage license and took place about four months before Patton left for a 13-month mission overseas. “It’s bad for me, and I feel even worse for him,” Benson said.

Kevin said he dated Tammy for eight months before their marriage. The two of them lived in her home in Peyton, while Benson said she told him she had an ex-husband. When her story unraveled, and Kevin was ordered by commanders to begin annulment proceedings, he saw Eugene’s face for the first time. “When we went to pick up my stuff from the house, pictures of her and him were already back up on the wall,” Benson said.

Tammy Patton told 11 News she was affected by bipolar disorder through the events that now have her facing bigamy charges. During that time, she allegedly came up with a fake social security number to marry Kevin. Kevin, who said he feels used, is facing the next step and trying to put the relationship in the past. “I’m doing fine,” he said. “just want to get this over with,” Kevin said he’s paid to file divorce papers but cannot find Tammy Patton to serve them to her. Patton is due back in court on July 12th.

Kevin Benson | WPXI – WPXI

Kevin Benson is a Severe Weather Team 11 meteorologist for Channel 11’s weekend newscasts. Kevin joined Channel 11 in September 1987 as a part-time weekend weathercaster. Born and raised in Brockway, Pennsylvania, Kevin attended Gannon University and started his career in radio in Erie, Pennsylvania. Kevin worked at radio stations in Dubois and Erie, Pennsylvania, including WJET radio and TV in Erie. He came to Pittsburgh to work at WTAE Radio before joining the Channel 11 News team.

In 2003, Kevin completed the meteorology training program from Mississippi State University and received a certificate in broadcast meteorology. He is also a member of the National Weather Association and the American Meteorological Society. Kevin holds the prestigious Certified Broadcast Meteorologist designation from the American Meteorological Society, earned by meteorologists who exhibit extensive weather knowledge and communication skills.

Kevin is most recognized for his round-the-clock coverage of the Blizzard of ’93, one of the biggest storms to ever hit western Pennsylvania. He was on air reporting the weather as nearly two feet of snow fell in just two days. He is involved with St. Barnabas Presents for Patients, the Muscular Dystrophy Association, the Lupus Foundation, and the Salvation Army.

“I think the most important thing any television station does is warn people of severe weather—to help protect and keep safe families and prevent loss of life and property,” Kevin says. “I take that important mission very seriously, and am proud to have warned people of many severe weather situations,” he adds.

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