Just Updated:: Brenda Buttner, host of Fox News Channel's "Bulls and Bears," has passed away at age 55 after a battle with cancer on February 20 2017.
— Neil Cavuto (@TeamCavuto) February 25, 2017
Family and Personal life:
Illustrious news host and correspondent, Brenda Buttner opened her eyes first tie on 22nd May, 1961 in Santa Cruz, California, United States of America. Brenda carries an American nationality and belongs to white ethnical background. Regarding her education, Brenda held graduation degree from ‘Harvard University’ in 1983. After completion of Harvard University, she attended Balliol College as Rhodes Scholar for two years.
Moving towards her personal life, this gorgeous business correspondent Brenda Buttner’s current relationship status is single. Brenda got married to American political pundit, Tom Adkins in 2006. After being in a marital relationship with Tom Adkins, Brenda Buttner got divorce with husband Tom in 2010. She is currently believed to be living single life as there is not any news published about her getting into love relation or getting married to anyone.
55 years prominent news show host and correspondent, Brenda Buttner is a gorgeous lady who didn’t become popular just for her work. She equally gets noticed for her beautiful and charming face. Brenda looks so adorable and stunning in her television shows. As of 2016, this exquisite beauty of television broadcasting Universe Brenda Buttner possesses a sensual body measurements size of 35-24-36 inches. Brenda stands with the height of 5 feet 8 inches and carries a normal weight size of 54 kg.
Professional Career Growth:
Soon after the completion of college education from Oxford College, she initiated her television career by working at the NBC affiliated network ‘KCRL-TV’. Prior working at the television station ‘KCRL-TV’, she worked as feature editor for Cycle World magazine. In the year 1990, Brenda put her first step towards success when she became associated with CNBC network. Brenda worked as a host of CNBC’s show ‘The Money Club’.
She also served as Washington correspondent at CNBC network from 1990 to 1993. In 1995, she was appointed as a general correspondent. She held the responsibility as general correspondent for eight years. Brenda Buttner gained wide appreciation and attention of all when she joined Fox News Channel. With Fox News Channel, she earned both fame and rewards. She hosted the show called ‘Bulls & Bears’ on Fox News Channel. In addition to this, she also contributes to the show ‘Your World with Neil Cavuto’.
Salary and Net Worth 2017:
One of the popular hosts and business correspondent, Brenda Buttner might have surely earned considerable amount of net worth from serving various television stations. However, any official information regarding her true net worth figure is still yet to get publish in media.
Achievement and Contributions:
Brenda Buttner has achieved numerous awards in her journalism career. She has earned respect in the journalism with working hard and extreme level of dedication towards her work. In 1990, she received an award of ‘National Clarion ward’ in the category of best news story. Likewise, in 1996 Brenda was awarded with ‘Cable Ace Award’ in the category of best business programming. She has also been impressive with her writing work.
Her many articles related personal finance has been published in ‘The New York Times’ and ‘Ladies’ Home Journal’. Brenda, through her hard work has reached to the extreme height of success. She has set an example what should be done to achieve fame and awards in career. More information and news about her can be learned from visiting various internet sites and Wikipedia. Her fans and admirers can also follow her on twitter account @brendabuttner.
Brenda Buttner News:
Sad news to report… our colleague and my friend Brenda Buttner passed today. She fought cancer heroically. RIP Brenda. We will miss you.
— Eric Bolling (@ericbolling) February 20, 2017
An incredible honor to work with Brenda Buttner for over a decade. Loved Brenda. Despite a battle with cancer-she never lost her spirit. RIP pic.twitter.com/l78MUx0kxG
— John Layfield (@JCLayfield) February 20, 2017
— Nomiki Konst (@NomikiKonst) February 20, 2017