Marney Geller is now getting a lot of attention on the internet and she made an announcement. She is a local sportscaster and the most popular local television announcer for Minnesota Timberwolves, Lynx, and Twins games. She is also famous for being a sideline reporter and host for the baseball teams Minnestona Twins and Minnesota Timberwolves at Fox Sports North. She shared an announcement on the internet and her announcement on the internet on which many people shares their interest. Let’s discuss in detail what she announced and some more information related to herself in this article, so read continuously.
As per the exclusive news and information, she shared recently through the medium of a tweet on her Twitter account that she is diagnosed with breath cancer and is suffering from this disease. She is now fighting cancer and she shared this news on the morning of Tuesday 21 March 2023. She shared her disease news and urged women to schedule mammograms regularly. She also shared that she will undergo a lumpectomy, followed by three weeks of radiation, because her cancer was caught early, in large part due to her mammogram. She didn’t share much information related to this incident on her social media account.
Marney Geller was born on 4 October 1973 and she is currently about 50 years old. She is a resident of Langdon, North Dakota, United States, and is most popular as a successful and great reporter. She moved to Minot, North Dakota with her family at the age of six years and later again moved to Fargo with her parents. She has two siblings and they both are brothers one is older and the second is younger. She got married to Matt Mathiasen and the couple met as friends through mutual friends. Both couples are currently living in Carver with their two children of which is a boy Grady born in March 2008 and the other is a girl Finley born in March 2010.
She is now getting too much attention and popularity on the internet and social media platforms where many of her loved ones are praying for her good health. She completed her education at Bishop Ryan High School and she participated in many sports activities during her school time. After finishing her graduation, she began working as a weekend sports anchor for KXMB TV for a year and a half. She didn’t mention much information related to her disease and we will update our article after getting more information related to herself.