Leon Bibb Cleveland, Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, Daughters, WKYC, Salary, Retire, Net Worth

Leon Bibb Biography and Wiki

Leon Bibb is a professional and talented American news journalist currently working for WKYC-TV. He also worked for WEWS before coming to a news anchor and commentator at WKYC News.

Bibb also provided report anchorages for various newscasts at WEWS. During this time, he covered weekdays newscasts at noon from 1995 to 2017. Moreover, he served as a Sunday morning show host for a program known as Kaleidoscope.

Citing his work, Leon’s shows revolved around focusing on urban issues in Cleveland. In addition, he covered a series called Our Hometown regarding historical sites in the Cleveland area. Presently, most of his reports are featured on WEWS under the title of “My Ohio”. Furthermore, Bibb is also a member of the Alpha Phi Alpha and Sigma Pi Phi fraternities.

Leon Bibb Age

Leon is 77 years of age as of 2022. He was born on 5 October 1944, in Butler, Alabama, United States. She celebrates his birthday on the 5th of October every year.

Leon Bibb Height and Weight

We are keeping tabs regarding Leon’s height and weight and will update the information soon.

Leon Bibb Family

Bibb was born and brought up in the USA by his loving parents. However, he has not disclosed any further information on his family or his siblings. He graduated with a BA degree in Broadcast Journalism from Bowling Green State University.

Leon Bibb Wife and Daughters

Leon is currently married to his lovely wife, Marguerite Bibb. They tied the knot on December 23, 1966. More details regarding his wife will be updated soon. Bibb and his wife Marguerite share two daughters namely together Jennifer and Alison. In addition, they have four grandchildren namely Will, Alexa, Rory, and Jackson.

Leon Bibb Salary

WKYC News’ Bibb receives an annual salary of $85,000-$95,000 from his career as a news journalist.

Leon Bibb Net Worth

Leon has an estimated net worth of $1 Million to $5 Million (Approx.) as of 2022, from his successful career as a journalist.

Leon Bibb Retirement

Bibb announced that he had retired from his role as an anchor on August 1, 2017. Nonetheless, he still makes appearances on WEWS hosting Kaleidoscope. Likewise, he serves as the station’s major news commentator. Most recently, he returned to WKYC-TV as the station’s commentator and special feature reporter. 

Leon Bibb Awards

  • Cleveland Press Club Distinguished Journalist award
  • Broadcaster’s Hall of Fame
  • Associated Press Ohio Broadcasters Hall of Fame
  • Bowling Green State University School of Communications Hall of Fame
  • Cleveland Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame