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Ann Marie Laflamme Bio, Wiki, Age, Family, Boyfriend, Channel 7 News, Fired, Instagram

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Ann Marie Laflamme Bio

Ann Marie Laflamme is an Emmy Award-winning anchor and reporter.  She is a former reporter and anchor at WXYZ – TV (Channel 7 News). She was a reporter and anchor at FOX 17 where she launched “West Michigan’s Most Wanted”.

Ann Marie Laflamme Age

Ann is 32 years old as of March 2020; she was born on August 12, 1987 in Rochester Hills, Michigan.

Ann Marie Laflamme Height

Ann stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches tall.

Ann Marie Laflamme Education

Anne attended Notre Dame Preparatory High School, Pontiac graduating in 2005. She joined Central Michigan University graduating with a Bachelor of Applied Arts in May 2009. In July 2011 she graduated from Los Angeles Reporters Clinic, Los Angeles.

Ann Marie Laflamme Family

There is no available information about Ann Marie’s family.

Ann Marie Laflamme Boyfriend – Ann Marie Laflamme Is She Married

Ann marital status is unknown, she prefers to keep her personal life private.

Ann Marie Laflamme Career

Ann began her career in the media while studying at Central Michigan University. She reported and anchored for News Central 34 , an award winning student run newscast. She was also a member of the Public Relations Student Society of America.

She was a Community Correspondent and interned at CBS/CW50 in Detroit. She also worked as an auto show presenter and as a freelance journalist.

In August 2011 she joined 9&10 News as a general assignment reporter before being promoted to anchor. In March 2013 she joined FOX 17 as an anchor and reporter. She hosted the weekly FOX 17 segment, “West Michigan’s Most Wanted”. She also produced the weekly “Forever Home” segment where she featured foster children searching for families. The segment won her Orchards Children’s Services Champions for Children Advocate Award. She left the FOX 17 in March 2015.

Ann Marie Laflamme Channel 7 News

Ann Marie joined reporter and anchor at WXYZ (Channel 7) in March 2015 as a reporter and anchor. She was a member of the 7 Action News morning team until she left in March 2020.

Ann Marie Laflamme Fired

On March 9, 2020 Ann Marie announced on her social media that Friday, March 2020 would be her last day on WXYZ. Her post suggests that she might have been fired as she revealed that may not understand the station’s decision, but respects it.

“Some difficult news to share – next Friday will be my last day with WXYZ. I may not understand their business decision but I trust and respect it and I know this will truly be for the best.
While I’m sad to be leaving a job I worked so hard for, more than anything I want to thank all of you.

I grew up watching WXYZ and it was my dream to someday be part of the station that inspired me to become a journalist. It has been a tremendous honor and privilege to be welcomed into your homes every morning on TV and for that, I am incredibly grateful. The memories I have made over the last five years will be forever cherished and I cannot even begin to describe how thankful I am for the love and support I have received from the community that I call home.

Since starting my career as a reporter in Northern Michigan my priority has been to use this platform to help people and protect them. It has been a true blessing to hear you and share your stories, to give you a voice and power in locating fugitives in our neighborhoods and to shine light on important causes that affect our families and our community.
I can’t even begin to describe the appreciation I have for my amazing coworkers, family and friends who have been by my side with unwavering love. The relationships I have been fortunate enough to build are priceless and irreplaceable.

Thank you all for your loyalty, for seeing who I truly am, for accepting me and allowing me to become a part of your families. I can’t wait to share with you what’s next, God is faithful and his plan is always perfect.”

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Some difficult news to share – next Friday will be my last day with WXYZ. I may not understand their business decision but I trust and respect it and I know this will truly be for the best. While I’m sad to be leaving a job I worked so hard for, more than anything I want to thank all of you. I grew up watching WXYZ and it was my dream to someday be part of the station that inspired me to become a journalist. It has been a tremendous honor and privilege to be welcomed into your homes every morning on TV and for that, I am incredibly grateful. The memories I have made over the last five years will be forever cherished and I cannot even begin to describe how thankful I am for the love and support I have received from the community that I call home. Since starting my career as a reporter in Northern Michigan my priority has been to use this platform to help people and protect them. It has been a true blessing to hear you and share your stories, to give you a voice and power in locating fugitives in our neighborhoods and to shine light on important causes that affect our families and our community. I can’t even begin to describe the appreciation I have for my amazing coworkers, family and friends who have been by my side with unwavering love. The relationships I have been fortunate enough to build are priceless and irreplaceable. Thank you all for your loyalty, for seeing who I truly am, for accepting me and allowing me to become a part of your families. I can’t wait to share with you what’s next, God is faithful and his plan is always perfect.

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