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American TV Journalist Tom Brokaw's Married Relationship With Wife Meredith Lynn Auld And Their Children
Updated On 30 Dec, 2018 Published On 30 Dec, 2018
American TV Journalist Tom Brokaw's Married Relationship with Wife Mededith Lynn Auld and Their Children Together.
None can escape the troublesome ghost that plunges into his/her life unexpectedly. The NBC News veteran Tom Brokaw has had a similar chaotic situation, for which he denies the accusations of sexual misconduct.
Married to Meredith Lynn Auld for more than five decades now, what were his intentions towards Linda Vester, a former war correspondent for NBC who disclosed that Brokaw tried to harass her?
Tom Brokaw Married Relationship with Meredith Lynn Auld
As a college dropout teenager, Tom Brokaw learned a lot from his adventurous spirit at the time when he hitchhiked across the Midwest to pursue his career.
Tom Brokaw and his wife Meredith Auld
There he met this young bashful lady, who supported this young fellow in his hardest time. Tom Brokaw has been married to the love of his life Meredith Lynn Auld since August 17, 1962. More than fifty years together, which a lot of people fail to do, the duo together share three children: Jennifer, Andrea, and Sarah.
Brokaw and his wife have managed to share beautiful time together with their kids at their ranch near Livingston, Montana which they bought in 1989.
Tom and Meredith did have quality time together until the dark cloud rained down in his life when Linda Vester, one of Brokaw's former co-workers, accused him of sexual misconduct.
During an interview, talking about powerless she felt, she said,
"I felt powerless to say no. He could ruin my career. I don’t recall saying, 'Ok’ “.
Denying all accusations, Broker penned an essay detailing his denial in the statement. He stands back on his career and lives happily with his wife and kids.
Tom Brokaw: Cancer Has ‘Deepened My Awe’ Of My Wife
Regardless of their more than half-century spent together, Brokaw faced an unwilling struggle after he was hospitalized to fight against cancer in September 2012. Learning to live with cancer, he continued to work for NBC throughout his treatments.
Tom Brokaw admits that cancer has deepened his awe
SOURCE: Blog Al
The author of six best-selling books, Brokaw describes his struggle and experience with cancer that changes his life in his new book,’’ A Lucky Life Interrupted’’.
In Dallas, headed for Mayo Clinic, working on documentary based on my book - A LUCKY LIFE INTERRUPTED about cancer struggle
"[Meredith and I] have been married a long time, this cancer experience has just deepened my awe of her. It’s hard for me to say I love her more. This has deepened our relationship. We’ve always cared about each other a lot, but I so depended on her through this."
Since then, their evident love and respect for one another have grown outrageously, the more they spend their time together.
Tom Brokaw: Quick Facts
Tom Brokaw SOURCE: Vulture
Tom Brokaw was born on February 6 in Webster, South Dakota as Thomas John Brokaw
He attended the University of Iowa in the late 1950s & University of South Dakota, B.A. in political science, 1962.
Tom was nominated for 39 Emmy awards and won eleven: ten competitive and one honorary.
In 1988, he won an Emmy award as a writer for "Summer Olympics".
Brokaw won Peabody award for "To Be an American" in 1989.