Randy Shaver is one of the most experienced journalists in the world who has over 40 years of experience in the news industry. He is also one of the most popular sports anchors in America. He is also known as the anchor who beat cancer 2 times.
|Birthday||December 20, 1958|
|Profession||Journalist; News Reporter;|
In addition to this, he also has a foundation that he started with his wife called the Randy Shaver Cancer Research and Community Fund which collects funds for cancer patients.
Cancer hasn’t gone away during Covid-19 and we haven’t stopped raising funds to support research & patient aid in Minnesota! @RSCRCF @kare11
Please consider taking part in our “virtual” Shaver Shuffle 5k!!https://t.co/Ivhg90q08Y
— Randy Shaver (@rshaver11) July 14, 2020
10 Facts On Randy Shaver!
- Shaver was born on December 20, 1958, and is 61 years old as of August 2020. He was raised in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, the USA and he was a passionate football player and track runner.
- Randy went to Iowa State University and got an academic degree while also participating in track athletes.
- He has spent more than 36 years with KARE 11 and is their sports director.
- His son Ryan Shaver joined KARE11 as a sportscaster and brought him a cake after his father beat cancer for a second time.
- Shaver and his wife Roseann have been married for decades as of August 2020.
- Randy started his career in 1981 as a weekend sports anchor and has since become one of the best-known anchors in the world. He joined KARE11 in 1983.
- The journalist’s salary has not been revealed but he might have a salary of more than $100,000.
- He battled cancer twice and is now cancer-free as of 2020. He has also established his own fund that helps cancer patients with financial problems.
- In 1998, he had his first battle with cancer when he had a mass in his chest, and then 20 years later he was diagnosed with prostate cancer.
- He is receiving regular radiation therapy sessions in 2020 but he is cancer-free as per his own announcements.