Pat Doney Profile
Pat Doney is an American Sports Anchor working at NBC 5 in Dallas-Fort Worth. He has been working for the station since April 2013.
Pat Doney Career
Doney is an anchor who is NBC 5’s weekend sports anchor and has a real passion for storytelling. He is a native of Huntington Beach, California. In his 14 years as a sports reporter, Doney has won three Edward R. Murrow awards and three Emmy awards, including for his coverage of the 2014 Sochi Olympics. Prior to moving to Texas in 2013, Doney had worked as a sports reporter/anchor in Virginia, South Carolina, Arkansas, and Kentucky.
Doney serves as the host of NBC 5’s Big Game Friday high school football show and Wingstop Inside High School Sports, while uniformly covering the Dallas Cowboys, Texas Rangers, Dallas Stars, and Dallas Mavericks. Whenever he is not working, he finds pleasure in spending his free time with his family and enjoying outdoor activities.
Pat Doney Age
Doney’s age is not known for he has managed to keep his personal life private. It is therefore not known how old Pat is or when he celebrates his birthday. However, he might be in his 30s.
Pat Doney Height
Doney stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 8 inches.
Pat Doney Family
Information regarding Doney’s parents and siblings is currently under review. However, the information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Pat Doney’s Wife and Son
Doney is married to his best friend, Sheleena Doney and the couple is blessed with two kids, a daughter named Barlow who was born in late 2012, and a son, Hudson whom they adopted in March of 2016. Their son, Hudson, had cerebral palsy. The family resides in North Texas.
Pat Doney Salary
Being one of the top sports anchors for NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth, Doney earns an annual salary ranging from $ 20,000 – $ 100,000.
Pat Doney’s Net Worth
Doney has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million which he has earned through his successful career as a sports anchor.
Pat Doney Adopted Son
Doney and his wife Sheleen are blessed to be parents to their adopted son by the name of Hudson. Sheleen and Doney were given a Saturday morning telling them that there was a baby who was born the previous night. The couple quickly rushed to the hospital and saw Hudson for the first time, twenty hours after he was born. They were sure and excited to adopt the baby and could not wait to shower him with all the love, care, and support he needed.
Hudson’s Health Conditions
Six months after he was born, Shellen noticed that he was quite behind in some of the things that a six-month-old infant did. She rushed Hudson to a pediatrician and later on went to see a neurosurgeon who ran some tests on him and finally diagnosed him with schizencephaly. schizencephaly is the second most rare brain disorder there is and he is probably missing about 30% of his brain.
Pat Doney NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
At NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth, Doney works alongside;
- Rick Mitchell – Chief Meteorologist
- Brian Curtis – Co-anchor
- Kristi Nelson – Reporter/Anchor
- Grant Johnston – Meteorologist
- Deborah Ferguson – Reporter/Anchor
- Katy Blakey – Anchor/Reporter
- David Finfrock – Meteorologist
- Scott Gordon – Reporter
- Julie Fine – political journalist
- Wayne Carter – Special Assignment Reporter
- Keisha Burns – Weather Anchor/reporter
- Samantha Davies – Meteorologist/Traffic Reporter
- Laura Harris – Journalist
- Newy Scruggs – Sportscaster