David Crabtree Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, WRAL, Net Worth, Salary and Twitter

David Crabtree is an American Emmy award-winning Journalist, News Anchor, and Former Clergyman working as the lead news anchor for WRAL-TV.

David Crabtree Biography

David Crabtree is an American Emmy award-winning Journalist, News Anchor, and Former Clergyman currently working as the lead news anchor for WRAL-TV in Raleigh, North Carolina.

David Crabtree Age

Crabtree is 71 years old as of 2021. He was born in 1950 in Nashville, Tennessee, United States.

David Crabtree Height

Crabtree stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches tall.

David Crabtree Family

Crabtree has managed to keep his personal life away from the limelight hence he has not disclosed any information about his parents. It is also not known if Crabtree has any siblings.

David Crabtree Wife

Crabtree is married and together with his wife has two grown daughters; one granddaughter and one grandson.

David Crabtree Net Worth

Crabtree has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million which he has earned through his career as a journalist.

The table below answers some of the frequently asked questions about David Crabtree.

How old is David Crabtree? 71 years old as of 2021
How tall is David Crabtree? 5 feet 8 inches
Who is David Crabtree married to? Not Available
How much money does David Crabtree earn?   $45,000 – $110,500
How much is David Crabtree worth? $1 Million – $5 Million
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David Crabtree  Salary

Crabtree earns an annual salary ranging between $ 45,000 – $ 110,500.

David Crabtree Education

Middle Tennessee State University awarded him a bachelor’s degree in chemistry. He went on to study divinity at Vanderbilt University and earned a master’s in theology from the Graduate Theological Foundation before enrolling at Duke University’s Divinity School to pursue his master’s degree.

David Crabtree Career

Crabtree began his career as a drummer, playing drums in Nashville bands and doing session work for radio jingles, which led to a job as a radio disc jockey. He quit radio to serve as the Tennessee House of Representative’s press secretary. Crabtree began his television career as a reporter for WKRN-TV in Nashville. Later, he served at Denver’s KCNC-TV and KMGH-TV, as well as Washington, North Carolina’s WITN-TV.

In 1994, he joined WRAL-TV in Raleigh, North Carolina, as a news anchor. Crabtree announced his retirement from WRAL in 2018 and was scheduled to leave at the end of the year, but in November 2018, he announced that he would delay his retirement and continue working at the station.

Crabtree announced his retirement from WRAL in 2018 and was scheduled to leave at the end of the year, but in November 2018, he announced that he would postpone his retirement until 2020. Crabtree has received 11 Emmy Awards and has been named North Carolina Journalist of the Year by the Radio-Television News Directors Association of the Carolinas for four years in a row.

In 2007, he won the Gabriel Award and the Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Award for his documentary on migrant workers’ living conditions in North Carolina. For her coverage of the 2010 Haiti earthquake, Crabtree earned a Midsouth Emmy award. Crabtree was nominated for a Midsouth Emmy for cover design in 2011. For her coverage of the 2010 Haiti earthquake, Crabtree earned a Midsouth Emmy award. Crabtree was nominated for a Midsouth Emmy in 2011 for her coverage of Elizabeth Edwards’ funeral.

In 2004, Crabtree was ordained as an Episcopal deacon. From 2004 to 2018, he worked as an assisting priest at St. Michael’s Episcopal Church in Raleigh. After accusations of sexual assault were brought against him in October 2018, Crabtree was indefinitely removed from ministry by the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina. Crabtree issued a personal statement justifying his dismissal from the ministry, claiming that he had a consensual relationship with a woman that was against church law.

David Crabtree WRAL

Crabtree is currently working at WRAL where he works alongside other famous WRAL anchors and reporters including;

  1. Sloane Heffernan
  2. Brett Knese
  3. Leslie Moreno
  4. Adam Owens
  5. Debra Morgan 
  6. Rosalia Fodera
  7. Jeff Hogan
  8. Gerald Owens
  9. Lena Tillett
  10. Michelle Mackonochie
  11. Julian Grace
  12. Mikaya Thurmond
  13. Brian Shrader
  14. Joe Ovies
  15. Ken Medlin
  16. Chris Lea
  17. Jason Jennings
  18. Bob Holliday
  19. Kacy Hintz
  20. Adam Gold
  21. Joe Giglio
  22. Jared Fialko
  23. Lauren Brownlow
  24. Peta Sheerwood
  25. Tony Ice 
  26. Mike Maze
  27. Zach Maloch
  28. Elizabeth Gardner
  29. Kat Cambell
  30. Ken Smith
  31. Renee Chou
  32. Cullen Browder
  33. Mark Boyle

David Crabtree Social Media Platforms

Crabtree is active on his social media accounts and is often seen posting on his Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. He has over 5.6k followers on Twitter, over 657 followers on Instagram, and over 4.8k followers on Facebook.

Twitter

Instagram

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