Enjoying the Net Worth of $2 million, Fox News' Gerri Willis living happily with her Married Husband. Children?

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Enjoying the Net Worth of $2 million, Fox News' Gerri Willis living happily with her Married Husband. Children?

Being a golfer and a journalist at the same time is a pretty dynamic combination right there, don't you think? You've probably already guessed the person to be discussed today; he is not only a popular figure in the journalism field but, is also an avid golf player.

Remember a daytime program that airs on the Fox Business Network called The Willis Report. Of course, you recall that show, but it's not your fault if you can't remember the former lady host of the program.

Today, let's discuss the beautiful yet inspiring Gerri Willis. She has been a role model for many of her fellow journalists and her fans. With her art of detailed working, she has gathered herself a fair amount of admiration.

Gerri Willis works as an anchor and personal finance reporter at the Fox Business Network. Before that, Gerri was a former host of her show called The Willis Report.

This much information about her professional life should be quite enough for now. Let’s talk about her personal life and marriage!

Husband David Evans

Gerri Willis is a married woman, and she is married to David Evans, who holds the position of researcher for Gerson Lehrman Group.

Like everybody else, Gerri is very determined to keep her personal information like her marriage date, her husband’s full and proper identity and everything else a significant secret and make sure nobody from the media knows it. No reports and news about her pregnancy or having children is in existence.

Reportedly, Gerri's husband is a Canadian man, but the boundaries between the nations could not separate the lovebirds from uniting. Together, the couple loves doing different activities, among which, hiking is their favorite.

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Further, the duo also enjoys traveling to various exotic locations. Most recently in June 2018, Gerri and her husband visited Amsterdam where they spent time boating in canals and wandering around the city.

Gerri Willis and husband David Evans visit Amsterdam in June 2018 (Photo: Gerri Willis' Instagram)

Gerri and her husband have been through many things and emerged out victorious every time. Gerri's cancer diagnosis was a tough time for both of the couple, but with love and patience, they overcame it.

Diagnosed With Breast Cancer

On May 18, 2016, Fox News Opinion published an article in which it was written that the beautiful Gerri Willis was diagnosed with unusual breast cancer. Yes, that came as a shock to everyone including her viewers. Here is what she had to say about her unique type of breast cancer.

“I’m not the kind of person who enjoys talking about my medical conditions but I am talking about this – and here is why: The type of cancer I have is called lobular and represents just 10 to 15 percent of breast cancer cases.”

Her admirers did not need to worry much as her cancer was a stage two cancer with high chances of recovery.

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Gerri said in an interview,

"Bottom line here: My recovery chances are high. My cancer is Stage 2, an early stage. The tumor is such that it will respond to many different therapies. I will likely be just fine."

Gerri has recovered well from cancer, a miracle which would not have been possible without her husband's support.

Gerri Willis Salary & Net Worth

Moving on, Gerri has quite a fat salary. Along with a net worth of 2 million dollars, she enjoys a salary averaging $108,953 per year as a journalist. Now you might have understood why we guessed that she has quite a fat salary, right?

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Gerri Willis is also an author of 3 books. They are:

  • Home Rich: Increasing the Value of the Biggest Investment of Your Life (Feb 26, 2008)
  • The SmartMoney Guide to Real Estate Investing (March 11, 2008)
  • Rich Is Not a Four-Letter Word: How to Survive Obamacare, Trump Wall Street, Kick-start Your Retirement, and Achieve Financial Success (April 19, 2016)