How happy is the married life of ABC7's anchor Rob Elgas? Get to know about her family, here!

News by Clarence Published on 25 Jan,2017 Updated on 10 Sep,2020

Rob Elgas is an American journalist and anchor who works for the renowned ABC network’s sister channel ABC7. Here, we are talking about a journalist, Rob Elgas whose personal life is almost impossible to find out.

However, don’t worry we are here to solve your problem. We give every answer for your questions regarding his personal life. There could be a question in your mind that who could be his Spouse. Keep calm you’ll get your answers. We’ll the pull the blind from the suspense.

Rob Elgas’s Married Life

Rob is married to Lissa and it is believed they are spending their life a happy life with their children. However, the pieces of information regarding his personal life such as wife married, children and family are hard to find in any social media.

Journalist Rob Elgas

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For some individual, family and friends are the essential need while a couple people are Workaholic to the point that their first need is their profession. They are so much involved in their work, they almost forgot their family.

It seems like they kept them in such a way that it becomes almost impossible to find about them. Such sort of individuals always tries to a bit of tireless work to upgrade their professional career.

Rob Elgas’s Career

Rob Elgas joined ABC7 Eyewitness news team as a correspondent and anchor, in 2015. In May 2016, the veteran news anchor and journalist became the co-host for ABC7’s top-rated 4 P.M weekdays news alongside Judy Hsu.

Rob is an experienced journalist who has made a strong connection with the viewers. He has more than two decades of experience in the journalism industry.


Before moving ABC7, he worked for NBC-owned WMAQ-TV, in Chicago. Rob worked there for almost more than 13 years. He has won several awards till now because of his career. In 2014, he won Associated Press and Peter Lisagor Award for his news coverage of the protest in Chicago. He started his professional career as a photographer for WICD-TV.