Facts of Brenda Lorraine Gee
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Brenda Lorraine Gee is the daughter of NASCAR car builder Robert Gee. She is best known as an ex-wife of Dale Earnhardt, a professional stock car racing driver and team owner, best known for his involvement in stock car racing for NASCAR.Her ex-husband was awarded the 'Order of the Long Leaf Pine' by 'North Carolina Governor Jim Hunt' in 1994. Earnhardt began his professional career in the Winston Cup in 1975, making his debut at Charlotte Motor Speedway in North Carolina in the longest race on the Cup circuit—the 1975 World 600.
Early Life of Brenda Lorraine Gee
Brenda Lorraine Gee was born on January 2, 1952, in the United States to Robert Gee. She is widely known as the former wife of late Dale Earnhardt. Her ethnicity is white and she holds an American nationality.
Brenda Lorraine Gee Career
Brenda has a secretive nature, she didn't like to talk much about herself. So, her career-related information hasn't revealed yet. However, her ex-husband and son Ralph Dale Earnhardt Jr. both are professional stock car racing driver. Her son evolves himself on the footstep of his late father and pursues his career in car racing.
Brenda Lorraine Gee Net Worth
Brenda children have earned lots of amount from their career and it might be sure they have million dollars of net worth.
Brenda Lorraine Gee Personal Life
Gee was previously married to famous car racing driver Ralph Dale Earnhardt in 1971. Their wedding was an intimate ceremony which was held in the presence of close friends and family members. After being together for almost eight years, the couple had divorced on May 1, 1979, due to some personal issue.
The duo shared two children; one son Dale Earnhardt Jr. (born on October 10, 1974) and a daughter Kelley King Earnhardt (born on 1972). Her both children are well settled in their life, her son is popular car racer and daughter is co-owner of Jr. Motorsports.
She has kept her personal life secret. Earnhardt began his professional career in the Winston Cup in 1975, making his debut at Charlotte Motor Speedway in North Carolina in the longest race on the Cup circuit—the 1975 World 600.