Maryalice Demler Biography
Maryalice Demler is an award-winning American Journalist anchoring Channel 2 News ‘On Your Side’ at 5, 6, and 11 pm on weeknights at WGRZ-TV. She was crowned Miss New York State in 1990 among many other awards.
Maryalice Demler Age
How old is Demler ? She is 58 years old as of 2023. She was born on July 8 1964.
Maryalice Demler Height|Weight
Demler stands on an average height of 5 feet 7 inches and weighs around 70kgs.
Maryalice Demler Education
Demler graduated from Niagara University with bachelor’s degrees in political science and French. She was additionally given the “Miss New York State” in 1990 . She went ahead to represent Empire State in the Miss America Pageant.
Maryalice Demler Family
Demler was born in North Tonawanda in New York to her parents Mr and Mrs Walter. H Demler. More information on her family is however not currently available. This information will be updated as soon as it is available.
Maryalice Demler Husband|Married
Demler revealed that she got married in 1996 to Nathan Roger. The marriage however was ended by a divorce between the two in 2013. Demler went ahead to seek love another time and got into a relationship with Joseph Murphy in 2015. Unfortunately, Joseph passed on in February 2019. Information on whether she is currently in a relationship is unfortunately at the moment not disclosed. It will be updated as soon as it is available.
Maryalice Demler Children
Demler likes to keep her personal life private, hence she has not disclosed information about whether she has children. This information will however be updated as soon as it is available.
Maryalice Demler Career
Demler worked as a middle school French teacher and at DeGraff Memorial Hospital as a special projects director. She then embarked on her broadcasting career journey. She began her broadcasting career when she worked for a WJYE-FM radio station. Demler presented in the morning as part of the “Joe and Maryalice in the Morning” duo.
It was later that Demler joined WGRZ-TV Channel Two in Buffalo, New York. There she has impacted the channel positively largely due to her extensive live reports. She has covered world events such as World Youth Day with Pope John Paul II in Toronto and the Olympic Games in Salt Lake City. She furthermore reported during the election of Pope Francis in Rome, Italy during the Papal Conclave and Pope John Paul II’s funeral. Demler also went to Washington D.C and covered the funeral of Tim Russert an NBC Political Analyst and Buffalo native and to New York to cover Pope Benedict’s visit.
She additionally visits schools, colleges, and events as a speaker all over New York.
Maryalice Demler Awards
Demler has many awards including two Emmy Awards from the New York Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. The first was due to her report “Prison and Persistence” and the second was for being a winner in the “News Anchor – On Camera Talent” from her combination of reporting and anchoring. She has additionally been nominated for the Emmy Award twelve times and also received an Associated Press Award for Best Interview. Furthermore, she also gets awards for her community service gestures such as the Niagara University Alumni Founder’s Award and Business First’s 40 Under 40 Outstanding Community Leaders.
More Broadcasting Awards include winning two individual New York Emmy Awards, “Female News Anchor of the Year” given by Medaille College Communications Department, being a finalist in Buffalo Excellence in Media Awards, “Best of Gannett” honorable mention for reporting, Federal Executive Board Chairman’s Award for health reporting, an award by American Cancer Award, and New York State Associated Press Award for Best Interview.
Service awards and recognition include Best Dressed TV News Personality, Best Journalist, Best News Personality all voted by Art Voice readers, Outstanding Communicator & Educational Advocate awarded by Erie Community College President, Kiwanis Club of Lewiston Outstanding Community Service, Niagara University’s Founders Award, St Vincent DePaul Award of service to the community and the university, North Tonawanda High School Alumni Wall of Fame Inductee, was honored the “Best of Buffalo” by Buffalo Spree Magazine Cheektowaga Police Department Award for Dedication to the Youth, and Upstate New York Transplant Services’ Community Service Award among others.
She is a committee chair for Canal Fest of the Tonawandas, a Board Member for Kids Escaping Drugs and Peaceprints of WNY, and Former Executive Director for the Miss Buffalo Scholarship Organization.
Maryalice Demler Salary|Net Worth
Demler has an estimated salary ranging between $70,000 – $125,000 and has an estimated net worth of $1 Million -$5 Million which she earns from her broadcasting career.