Facts of Janet Elway
|Full Name:||Janet Elway|
|Birth Date:||February 17, 1961|
|Net Worth||$1 million|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Birth Place||Seattle, Washington|
|Education||Woodrow Wilson High School, Stanford University|
|Kids||Juliana Elway, Jessica Elway, Jordan Elway, Jack Elway|
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Janet Elway is popular as a world-class swimmer at Stanford University. But she came into limelight as the ex-wife of a former American Football quarterback, John Elway.
What is the Net Worth of Janet Elway?
Celebrity ex-wife Janet Elway has an estimated net worth of around $1 million. She has earned this hefty from her career and divorce settlement. On the other hand, her ex-husband John has an estimated net worth of more than $145 million.
Her present husband might earn an annual salary of $110,000-$180,000 as a financial advisor. She planned to open her home to charitable fundraisers with money that she received during the divorce settlement. Similarly, the house is built in 17,000 square feet of land.
Janet’s current husband earns a decent amount of money. Undoubtedly, we can confirm that she is living a luxurious life from her husband’s earning.
Janet Elway Relationship with Her Ex-Husband
Previously Janet Elway was married to her husband John Elway who is a famous American Football quarterback. The couple began dating each other when they were studying at Stanford University. In the year 1984, the couple exchanged the wedding vows when John entered the NFL.
From their relationship, the former couple blessed with four children Juliana Elway, Jessica Elway, Jordan Elway, and Jack Elway. Also, her daughter Jessica is a student at Stanford University while Jordan studies at Virginia University.
Jack and Juliana enrolled in high school in Cherry Creek. The couple ended their marriage in the year 2002 after 18 years of being married. In the year 2003, they finalized their divorce.
Divorce Settlement with Her Husband
Janet got a good amount of money after her divorce settlement from her previous husband, John. From the money received from the divorced settlement, she opened her home to charitable fundraisers which she received in the settlement.
Her house is about 17,000 square feet in size. Janet’s current husband Kevin Kretzmar is president of Centennial-based Safe Money and a branch manager for Summit Brokerage Services.
Her Ex-Husband Career
Her ex-husband John is an American former quarterback. He is the general manager and president of football operations for the Denver Broncos of the National Football League (NFL). He played an entire 16-year professional career with the Denver Broncos.
In early 1999, he had recorded the most victories by a starting quarterback and statistically was the second most prolific passer in NFL history.
He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in the year 2004 in his first year of eligibility. After that, he was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2000.
Janet Elway Current Husband Kevin Kretzmar
Currently, Janet is happily married to her husband Kevin Kretzmar. After divorce with her ex-husband John, she married Kevin. Janet is living a happy life with her husband.
On the other hand, her previous husband is also happily married to Paige Green.
On February 17, 1961, Janet Elway as born as a Janet Buchan in Seattle, Washington, United States. In the Washington region, she was raised by her parents. By nationality, Janet is American and belongs to white ethnicity. She completed her high school education from Woodrow Wilson High School located in Tacoma.
She enrolled at Stanford University located in Stanford, California. In the year 1983, she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from there. She joined the swimming team during University & announced as the world-class swimmer over there.
During her university days, Janet Elway was a swimmer. For her university team, she won six state championships. She has won six state championships in the 500-yard freestyle, 200 individual medley and two in relays. In the year 1979, she won a gold medal in 400-meter IM in World University Games in Mexico City.
Then, she led the first national women’s swim title in 1980 for Stanford. Similarly, she has a national record in 400-meter IM. Also, she as a high-point winner in the Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) meet.
In the year 2015, she was inducted in the hall of fame for Tacoma-Pierce County Sports and Pacific Northwest Swimming. Now, she is working in a fundraiser YMCA summer camps to help needy kids.