Valley morning anchor Dan Spindle has joined ABC15 Mornings.
He joins Connie Colla, Kirk Yuhnke, Amy Murphy and Brandon Hamilton weekdays from 4:30 a.m. to 7 a.m., and will also serve as an anchor for ABC15 News at 11 a.m.
Dan is a familiar face on Arizona television screens. He worked for three years as an anchor and reporter at KSAZ-TV here in the Valley. He held a similar role at KGUN-TV in Tucson.
Growing up, Dan spent the majority of his childhood in Arizona.
He’s a graduate of Wilcox High School and Scottsdale Community College.
Dan also attended the University of Arizona and earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from New York Institute of Technology.
Dan’s parents always knew he would spend his career telling stories after his first grade teacher told them he talked too much in class.
Dan says being part of the ABC15 family is a dream come true for his family. Dan’s wife Kendra is an Arizona native and they are thrilled to be raising their five children so close to family and friends.
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