Ron Trevino Biography
Ron Trevino is a long-time serving reporter and anchor at KHOU TV. He celebrated his 40th anniversary on the media network in 2022. Trevino has covered news that has received local, national, and international attention. Before working at KHOU, Trevino was working at KRIS-TV and KEDT-TV.
Ron Trevino Age and Wife
Ron is married to Cheryl Martin. The two had previously married before having their union. Both had children in their previous marriages. Ron has a daughter called Allison Elizabeth Brown while Martin has a boy called Luke. Trevino and his wife met in 2016 in a local Italian restaurant. They had a simple wedding held at St. Luke’s Methodist. It was attended by seven guests.
Ron Trevino Education and Career
Ron went for his high school studies at Del Mar College and later proceeded to the University of Houston.
His success can be attributed to the time and places he has been as a journalist. Ron started working while he was in High School. He worked as a producer and reporter at KRIS-TV and KEDT TV. After graduating, he joined KHOU, first as a producer and later as a reporter and anchor. He has covered a variety of topics in sports, politics, crime, and international war.
Many people remember Ron for covering the death of Selena who was a Tejano Star. After interviewing her about her career a year earlier, the star was murdered by the president of her fan club, Yolanda Saldivar. He also covered the Houston Rocket run to their first NBA Championship in 1994. His assignments have taken him across the world. Ron has been in the streets of Sarajevo where war was ripe and in the glamorous Vatican city.
Ron Trevino Salary
Trevino is a dependable and respectable character valuable at KHOU. Icing his character is his ability to add humor to his job. He has also been able to earn a decent income. He earns a salary of approximately $200,000 per year. His physique is also a complement to his exceptional personality. Ron is 5 feet and 6 inches tall.
While he is not working, Ron loves spending time with his family or volunteering in the American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, and American Diabetes Association