Justin Stapleton Biography
Justin Stapleton is a KPRC 2 meteorologist from the United States, he has been an employee at the station Since January 2015. Justin has dealt with a variety of catastrophic weather events, including devastating tornadoes in Mississippi, damaging wind storms and wildfires in the Northwest, and crisis discussions in Maryland.
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Stapleton is an American meteorologist who works at KPRC 2 in Houston. Since January 2015, he has been employed at the station. Prior to joining the station, he worked as a chief meteorologist for KEZI in Eugene, Oregon, from 2009 to 2014.
Justin Stapleton Age | Birthday
How old is he? Justin is 47 years old as of 2022. He was born on March 21, 1975, in Dayton, Ohio, the U.S. celebrating his birthday every 21st of March.
Justin Stapleton Education
He received his Master’s degree in clinical psychology from Loyola College in Baltimore, Maryland. In 2007, he returned to Mississippi State University to earn a master’s degree in geosciences.
Justin Stapleton Early Life | Family
He was raised by his parents, in Dayton, Ohio, the United States of America. However, he has not provided any information about his siblings or family in general. It is unknown whether he had siblings, and the identity of his father and mother is still unknown.
Justin Stapleton Wife | Married
Justin is a happily married man, he has not gone public with his relationship. More details regarding his relationship will be updated as soon as possible. Justin and his wife have two daughters.
Justin Stapleton’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of between $100, 000 and $1 million, which he has earned through being a journalist.
Justin Stapleton Career
Justin began his professional career with WCBI in Columbus, Mississippi, as a weekend meteorologist. He was promoted to morning meteorologist for the next two years after graduating. From 2009 to 2014, he worked as the head meteorologist at KEZI in the gorgeous Pacific Northwest. Justin has dealt with a variety of catastrophic weather events, including devastating tornadoes in Mississippi, damaging wind storms and wildfires in the Northwest, and crisis discussions in Maryland. He’s ready to take on Houston’s and Southeast Texas’s difficult and ever-changing weather.
Since January 2015, Stapleton has worked as a Weekend Meteorologist at KPRC 2 as an American clinical psychologist and meteorologist. He previously worked as a chief meteorologist for KEZI in Eugene, Oregon. He worked for the Baltimore County Police Department as a crisis intervention specialist. He afterward changed his profession. In 2007, he returned to Mississippi State University to earn a master’s degree in geosciences. After over a decade in the mental health sector, where he taught students and police officers how to deal with mentally ill people, he chose to pursue his true calling and become a broadcast meteorologist.