Who is Mary Wilson?
Mary Wilson is an American journalist working for Western Mass News as a morning news anchor. She anchors the morning news alongside David Horwitz. She previously worked as a news and traffic anchor at WTEN News 10 ABC before switching from the ABC/Fox affiliate in Utica, New York. She joined tWTEN in 2015 and she will be leaving in February 2022. She has accepted to work as a morning news anchor at Western Mass News in order to be closer to her family and fiancé.
Mary Wilson Age
Wilson was born in the United States, she has not shared her age, birthday, or the year she was born. This section will be updated as soon as possible.
Mary Wilson Height
Wilson stands at an average height of 5 feet 5 inches.
Mary Wilson Family
Wilson was born and raised by her parents in the United States. She has three siblings in their family of four children, all of who are sisters. In addition, she grew up alongside her sisters showing cows in the 4-H club.
Mary Wilson Husband/Fiance
Wilson got engaged to her longtime boyfriend Chad Cutting in 2020. They have been dating since their high school days. Wilson and Chad are set to be married in September 2022.
Mary Wilson Education
Wilson graduated with a degree in Broadcast Journalism degree from Syracuse University.
Mary Wilson Salary
Wilson’s annual salary is estimated to be between $ 70 k and $ 100 k. Her exact salary figure is still not available but will be updated soon.
Mary Wilson Net Worth
Wilson has an estimated net worth of $100 k. She has earned this figure from her career as a journalist.
Mary Wilson WTEN NEWS10 ABC
Wilson joined News10 ABC in 2015 after working at the ABC/Fox affiliate in Utica, New York. She served as a multi-media journalist there, where she covered the devastating Mohawk Valley floods and created a special series about the city’s unsolved homicides.
With time, she was promoted to evening news anchor, where she played a key role in live coverage of President Obama’s visit to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown as well as the 15k Boilermaker Road Race.
Wilson began her journalism career at WGGB ABC40/FOX6 in Springfield where she was the News and Production intern. She then joined WKTV NewsChannel 2 in September 2012 where she was a news intern. Wilson then joined WFXV/WUTR/WPNY in Utica where she worked as a reporter and later a news anchor.
Mary Wilson Leaving WTEN
Wilson will leave WTEN in February 2022, after seven years with the station. She has accepted a position as a morning anchor at Western Mass News in order to be closer to her family and fiancé.
Wilson joined the News10 morning team in August of 2020. She took over for Nicol Lally, who relocated to New Hampshire in the summer of 2020 and now works part-time for a station there.
She addressed the couple’s upcoming wedding as well as her fiance, Chad, taking over his family’s sanitation business in southern Vermont. According to her, this made the move even more logical. The couple found a place in Easthampton, Massachusetts, where they will be able to live together while proceeding with their careers.
Is Mary Wilson still with WTEN?
Wilson is leaving WTEN after seven years with the station. She has accepted a morning anchor position at Western Mass News to be closer to her family and her fiancé.