Born and raised in Lowa, Steve Karlin is an American Award-winning journalist who worked for KCCI News at 5 pm, 6 pm, and 10 pm. He landed the job at KCCI News in 1986 and has been at KCCI 8 News for 34 years.He retired on 1st March 2023.
Steve Karlin retired from KCCI News on March 1st, 2023.In Karlin’s career he has moderated high-profile programs.These includes debates in the US,governor race in 2018 and senate race in 2020.
How Old Is Karlin?
Steve is 62 years old as of 2022. He was born in 1960 but his birth dates are not yet known. We will update on his exact dates of birth as soon as it’s available.
Steve Karlin Education
Born and raised in Lowa, United States of America, Steve attended a local school for his elementary studies. He then joined Lowa State University in 1984 and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication.
How tall is Steve Karlin?
Steve stands at a height of 5feet 7inches.
Steve Karlin Family
Steve’s family lives in Lowa, United States of America. However, he has not publicly mentioned his parents or whether he has any siblings. This information will be updated as soon as it is available.
Who Is Karlin’s wife?
Karlin is married to a beautiful lady known as Lynn. They both have two kids together, daughters, Maise and Lucy. There is not much known about his wife Lynn as she is not a social media person.
Steve Karlin Says Goodbye to KCCI
Steve Karlin Net Worth
Steve has an estimated net worth between $500k and $1 Million dollars. This is derived from his salary at KCCI 8 News, investments, and lifestyle.
Steve Karlin Salary
Working at KCCI 8 News in Lowa, Des Moines, Karlin receives a salary between $47738 and $78496 a year.
Steve Karlin KCCI News-Retires
Steve is an American Award-winning journalist currently working for KCCI News at 5 pm, 6 pm, and 10 pm. He landed the job at KCCI News in 1986 and has been at KCCI 8 News for 35 years now.
The journalist announced that he will be retiring from KCCI News in March 1st 2023.Karlin joined Stacey Horst on the evenning newscast in 2015.Previously he was a morning anchor from 2011 to 2015.
Steve came out to tell his story on his long struggle with depression, which he said affects approximately 16.1 million adults in the U.S. Karlin, who said he was also recently diagnosed with attention deficit disorder, wrote on Facebook that he has suffered from depression whole life.
Steve revealed that his mental illness negatively impacted his life as a family man and he had no other option but to deal with it. He also adds that he could have been more patient all those years, should have worked harder to erase the ever-present negativity from my mind but my mental illness wouldn’t let me,” Karlin wrote.
Steve says that he was not seeking sympathy or praise in telling his story but was simply telling his personal truth because he didn’t want anyone else to go through what he went through.
Some of the symptoms and signs of depression include loss of interest in activities, lack of energy, low willpower, feeling of victimization, isolation, and sleeping issues.
Steve has become an advocate for mental health support through involvement with Lowa chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness(NAMI)