Donna Pitman is an American Journalist. She is the co-anch for "FirstNews" and her revealing can be seen during the KMBC-TV News at 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. She joined KMBC-TV and KCWE-TV in Kansas City, Missouri in June 2001.
Donna experienced childhood in Independence as the lone kid, her dad passed on when she was just an infant.
She grew up with her mom.
"We have a remarkable relationship since it was only both of us.
We are truly close.
She is my mother, my sister and, my closest companion" she said.
She has no sibling.
Donna is hitched to Cody.
Together they are honored with a child, Gabriel born early 2014 who was diagnosed with a rare disorder, Glycogen storage disease type II. The family dwells in Kansas City, Missouri. She seems, by all accounts, to be very tall in height if her photographs, comparative with her environmental factors, are anything to pass by.
She began her profession on open radio at KBIA in Columbia, Mo. She was a "one-lady" band shooting, announcing, composing and editing her stories. Donna spent almost more than two years announcing and securing end of the week broadcasts at WHOI (TV) in Peoria, Illinois. She returned to the Kansas City, Missouri zone to work at KMBC-TV. Donna is the co-anchor for "FirstNews" and her detailing can be seen during the KMBC-TV News at 5 p.m. also, 6 p.m.
She has been recognized by The Kansas City Press Club for her work.
As of late, she and photo journalist Tim Twyman earned a Silver Award for a report on a Vietnam Veteran whose recovery wound up helping several others influenced by war.
Her net worth is currently unavailable but she earn between $72,793 to $79,137 annually.