The Hispanic TV news reporter Lynette Romero is not a new name to the journalism industry. She’s made it big through her continuous effort at the KTLA News Station.
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Married Life of Lynette Romero
- Lynette Romero married her boyfriend turned husband David Angulo on July 11, 2003, at the Los Angeles River Center and Gardens.
- Lynette and David first met in January 1994 during their enrollment at the Spanish Immersion Program at the University of Guadalajara.
- The duo had fallen for each other but couldn’t do anything during that period as Romero lived in Denver and her beau lived in LA.
- Things, however, changed. The lovebirds stayed in a long-distance relationship and when David thought it was time, he took Lynette back to Mexico and proposed her. It was 6 months after that they married.
- David and Lynette booked their wedding venue and even bought 3,000 red roses to decorate the hall.
- Their cousins walked as flower girls.
- Romero’s mother walked the bride down the aisle.
- Lynette’s dad had already passed away. Similarly, David’s brother had also died. So, both of them were paid tribute to at the ceremony and the reception.
- Their wedding celebrations had a buffet style Mexican dinner, three-tiered wedding cake with three different flavors – buttercream, chocolate chip, and carrot cake.
- Around a year later, on August 3, 2004, David and Lynette gave birth to their daughter, Olivia Angulo. She’s now 15 years old.
- She made an appearance on KTLA Live News on the occasion of Mother’s Day to surprise her mother on May 12, 2019.
Lynette Romero’s Net Worth and Career
- Lynette Romero’s net worth is estimated at around $1.5 million thanks to her career as a journalist.
- Her husband, David, in contrast, holds a fortune of $1 million, credits to his Jimboy’s Tacos restaurant.
- From her New Anchor job at KTLA, she gets paid around $142,873 annually. Since, she has been working for so long, over 22 years, she must earn well over it.
- Lynette started her career as a reporter at the KUSA-TV in 1988 before graduating from the University of Colorado.
- She was a part of the news station for ten years.
- While working for KUSA-TV, she had a short stint at the KVUE-TV for a year. KVUE-TV is KUSA-TV’s sister company.
- Since 1998, Romero has been a part of the KTLA news station.
- While here, she’s won three Golden Mike Awards.
- Not only that, but she was also awarded two local Emmys for her contribution to Access LA. – The Latino Experience and From Farm to Fork.
- Lynette Romero is a part of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.
- She’s also on the Advisory Board of the University of Colorado School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
- Romero has also taught anchoring and reporting for UCLA.
Lynette Romero Early Life
- Lynette Romero was born on February 2, 1967, in Denver, Colorado, the US.
- Her parents are Andy Andelecio and Viola Lydia Romero.
- The 53 years old attended the University of Colorado at Boulder in 1985. She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Mass Communication.
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