Joyce Garbaciak Retiring, WISN, Bio, Age, Hair, Retire Husband, Family, Eye Surgery and Net Worth

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Joyce Garbaciak Biography and Wikipedia

Joyce Garbaciak is a retired American Emmy award-winning journalist well known as a former news anchor at WISN 12 News, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Before joining WISN, she served as a reporter and news anchor for 17 years at WITI FOX6, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She is a seven-time Chicago regional Emmy Award winner, and a documentary on bullying that she hosted went on to win national recognition

Joyce Garbaciak Education

Joyce is a graduate of Northwestern University’s prestigious Medill School of Journalism where she earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Journalism.

Joyce Garbaciak Age and Birthday

How old is Garbaiciak? She is 62 years old as of 2024. She was born Joyce Katherine on July 9, 1962, in Chicago, Illinois, United States of America. Her birthday is always celebrated on the 9th July of every year. READ: Lindsey Slater

Joyce Garbaciak Height

How tall is Garbaciak? She stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.67 m). Information regarding her other body measurements is currently under review.

Joyce Garbaciak Family

Garbaciak is the daughter of (father) John Anthony Garbaciak and (mother) Irene Helen (Mroz) Garbaciak. Details regarding her siblings are not known in the public. Her information regarding her other body measurements will be updated as soon as possible.

Joyce Garbaciak Husband

Is Joyce married? She is happily married to her husband Bernard John Bobber, a labor and employment attorney with Foley & Lardner, who arrived home. The couple got married officially through a wedding ceremony held on April 8, 1989. More information about her wedding will be updated once confirmed and available to the public. RELATED: Alex Finnie

Joyce Garbaciak Children

Garbaciak and her husband are proud parents of three children, Caitlin Elizabeth Garbaciak-Bobber, Meredith Grace Garbaciak-Bobber, and Grace Carolyn Garbaciak-Bobber

Joyce Garbaciak Eye Surgery

Joyce underwent eye surgery in April 2019, after her eye pupils became dilated. Due to studio lights, she was unable to see anchor news.

Joyce Garbaciak Salary

Garbaciak as a retired news anchor of WISN 12 News, in Milwaukee, earned an estimated annual salary of $82,536.

Joyce Garbaciak Net Worth

Joyce as an American Emmy-award-winning journalist, anchor, and reporter has an estimated net worth of $2 million. RELATED: Melissa Marino

Joyce Garbaciak WISN 12

Joyce has an experience of more than 30 years in the Milwaukee television market. She is a former co-anchor of WISN 12 News at 6:00 and 10:00. Her memorable moments include having an interview with former President Barack Obama, President Bill Clinton, and New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan.

Joyce has covered various stories as an investigative reporter that have led to a change in Wisconsin law regarding the posting of code violations at daycare centers. She is a seven-time Chicago regional Emmy Award Winner. She was nationally recognized for her documentary on bullying that she hosted which earned her the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award and an Edward R. Murrow Award. In 2012, she was initiated into the Silver Circle, a lifetime achievement honor bestowed by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

Joyce worked for 17 years as the main anchor at WITI-TV FOX 6 News in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and later in September 2006, she left the station to join WISN-TV as a news anchor and reporter. Joyce, at one point, anchored three daily newscasts including the 10 p.m. report. She also worked part-time on fulfilling, meaningful projects and still be more hands-on at home with her family.

Before heading to Milwaukee, Joyce Garbaciak served as a reporter and anchor in Nashville and Wasau. She also worked as guest-visiting faculty at the Poyner Institute, a journalism think-tank in St. Petersburg, Florida. She stays active with her alma mater, serving on Northwestern’s Council of 100, an invitation-only alumnae organization dedicated to mentoring and helping students transition from college to employment.