Glen Campbell's wife Kimberly Woolen is all alone after her husband's unfortunate death. She is living her life with three of kids this time.
Kimberly Woolen is all alone in her lifelong journey.
Glen Campbell, best known for his hits in the 1960s and 1970s died of Alzheimer disease at the age of 81 in the month of August 2017.
Kimberly is a mother of three children and was the fourth wife of the American singer. Here today let us find out about the couple's married life and all the interesting facts about their affairs and relationship.
Kimberly Woolen: Her Married Life With Husband Glen Campbell; Are They Still Together?
Kimberly, 61, encountered her future husband for the first time on a blind date in the year 1981. Their date featured dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria with Campbell's parents.
Woolen wasn't very familiar with his music but she was affected by his personality and charm.
Glen and Kimberly married on 25 October 1982 in Phoenix
"I thought it was just a date. But as soon as I met him, I knew there was something special about him."
The feeling was mutual. Glen once shared his sentiment:
"I liked her immediately. It was one of those things where you meet somebody and you just can’t get them out of your mind. So I called and said, 'Let’s go out.'"
With no waste of time, the couple
dated and married in October 1982.
Shanon Campbell, Kimberly Woolen, Glen Campbell, and Ashely Campbell (R-L)
Source: Earn the Necklace
The nuptial event took place at the North Phoenix Baptist Church in Arizona.
Kimberly Woolen: Glen Campbell's Fourth Wife
Campbell married his first wife
Diane Kirk in 1955. The then-couple bear two children Debbie Campbell and the other died as an infant.
Campbell was just 17 and Diane, 15 when she was a mother of her first child. Their marriage couldn't go on for so long and fell apart after four years of marriage.
Glen Campbell and Billie Jean Nunley during Honor America Day at Washington DC
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Campbell encountered beautician
Billie Jean Nunley the same year. Jean gave birth to Kelli Campbell, Travis Campbell, and Kane Campbell.
As per a report in People Magazine, Campbell faced some problems of Nunley's expensive lifestyle and they split with a divorce in 1975.
Sarah Berg and Glen Campbell together at an event
It was just the next year Campbell married
Sarah Berg and they welcomed a child, Dillon Ian Campbell.
He was also involved in an extra-marital affair with country singer
Tanya Tucker. It was the reason behind the divorce of Campbell and Berg in 1980. During the time he quoted saying,
"I’m dating one of the finest female talents that God lets draw breath."
Glen finally got the love of his life, Kimberly Woolen with three children,
Cal Campbell (1983), Shannon Campbell (1985), and Ashley Campbell (1986).
All of them followed their father's musical footsteps.
Glen is no more among us. He
was diagnosed with Alzheimer in the year 2011. He died on 8 August 2017 at Nashville, Tennessee at the age of 81.
After the tragic demise of the singer, Woolen posted an image of the two holding hands on Twitter.
The image captioned,
"I owe him everything I am. He will be remembered so well and with so much love."
Though Campbell is not amongst us, he's always alive in our soul and memory. The Country legend's death is being overshadowed by a bitter family battle over the singer's £40million fortune.
His eldest children started the legal battle to grab the medical and financial authorities from Kimberly.
Kimberly Woolen: Wiki
on 3 April 1959 in the United States. Is a dancer by profession.
She is 23 years younger than her husband and the couple first met on a blind date.
Worked at Radio City Music Hall when she met Glen Campbell for the first time.
Performed in a Jones Beach production of The Music Man.
Their matchmaker was Carl Jackson, Campbell's banjo player.
Her husband recorded his final song in 2013, "I'm Not Gonna Miss You".
Her late husband had an estimated net worth of about $50 million.
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