HomeArticleCorrespondent Sharon Epperson and journalist Christopher John Farley married in 1997. See their family relationship.
Correspondent Sharon Epperson and journalist Christopher John Farley married in 1997. See their family relationship.
Updated On 18 Jan, 2019 Published On 14 Nov, 2016
Popular business reporter of CNBC Sharon Emily Epperson married American journalist, author, and columnist Christopher John Farley in 1997.
It has already been nineteen years since the couple tied the knot and their relationship is still going very strong.
Married Life of Sharon Epperson and Christopher Farley: Is The Couple Still Living Together?
Sharon and Christopher got hitched in the year 1997 at the Heinz Memorial Chapel at the University of Pittsburgh.
Since, then the adorable pair is living a fairytale life where there is so much love, happiness, and trust for each other.
As the duo has always lived a very low profile they have made very difficult for us to know about their personal life.
They have maintained so much privacy and has always maintained a proper distance from the limelight.
However, we can surely say that they are living a blissful life as there has been no rumor regarding any sorts of the problem or divorce between them.
According to the available reports, they have two children a son and a daughter but they have always managed to maintain the secrecy of their young ones to avoid the paparazzi.
Whatever may be the reason behind their private life as long as they are living a peaceful life nothing really matters.
CNBC's Epperson explained about her life-threatening brain aneurysm on Megyn Kelly TODAY where she joined along with her husband.
She explained that she was exercising when an aneurysm burst in her brain. She is so thankful for all her loved ones for surviving it and advised people to "stop and listen to your body" and recommended disability insurance.
Sharon Epperson's Professional Career
Sharon Epperson currently works as a senior personal finance correspondent at CNBC where she discusses managing mortgage, student loan, saving and investing for retirement and so on.
She is very good at her job and was also named one of the ‘Best Personal Finance Experts of 2014’. Similarly, her finance expertise has been featured in several publications including The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, USA Weekend and so on.
Likewise, Sharon also hosts the video program on original CNBC, ‘Retire Well’ and appears frequently on the program, Nightly Business report’ and ‘On the Money’.
She has also won several awards including ‘Alliance for Women in Media’s 2014 Gracie Award’, ‘All-Star Award’, ‘Vanguard Awards’, ‘National Association of Black Journalists ’and so on for her outstanding contributions.