Stephanie Schafer Biography
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Birth Name||Stephanie Schafer|
|Birth Place/City||United States|
|Working For||Fox 8 News|
|Eye Color||Drack brown|
|Hair Color||Light brown|
|Married to||Roger Schaefer|
Stefani Schaefer works as a co-anchor at Fox 8 News in The Morning along with Kristi Capel and Wayne Dawson. Besides, she also hosted a national network show, which was broadcasted out of Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida.
Early Life and Education
Fox 8 News' Morning anchor, Stefani Schaefer was born in the United States of America. Regarding his nationality, Stefani is an American and as far as her ethnicity is concerned, Stefani is a White American.
Stefani has a brother, Thommie. They both were recording artists in California as well as they had their own show at Geauga Lake Amusement Park in 1983.
Stefani and her brother sang, danced, and played eight different musical instruments in the show. She is still passionate about music. She graduated from St. Thomas Aquinas in Louisville and The University of Mount Union.
Stefani Schaefer began her career in journalism at Fox 8 back in 1992. She works for Fox 8 News in The Morning as a co-anchor along with Wayne Dawson and Kristi Capel.
Besides, Stefani also worked as a voice and dance teacher at her family’s performing arts center in Alliance, Ohio.
Net Worth and Salary
Stefani Schaefer has earned a good amount of net worth from her journalism career that is estimated to be $500K. Stefani also earns an annual average salary of $45K as a co-anchor of Fox 8 News.
Stefani Schaefer is a married woman. She has been married to her boyfriend, Roger Schaefer for a long time. The couple is blessed with a daughter, Siena, and a son, Race. However, her husband Roger suffered a traumatic brain injury in a construction accident.
Doctors told her that the accident was miserable and his survival was next to impossible,
"The fact that he survived the fall is a true miracle."
After a long time of successful treatment, Roger was able to open his eyes and in this graceful moment, she posted promising news:
“The most amazing thing happened today.... while we (my Mother-In-Law, friend and Kathy Nemeh (Dr. Nemeh's wife) and myself, were praying over Roger this afternoon, he opened his eyes for a few minutes..... it was so exciting! Your prayers are working. I can't thank you enough!!!!!!"
Currently, the couple is living happily with their children.