|Full Name||Lisa Wiehoff|
|Birth Name||Lisa Wiehoff|
|Profession||Celebrity Partner, Former photo-shop manager|
|Birth Country||United States|
|Spouse||Randy Johnson (m. 1993)|
|No Of Children||4 ( Sammi Johnson, Tanner Johnson, Willow Johnson, Alexandria Johnson)|
|Date of Birth||1958|
|Married Date||November 6,1993|
Lisa Wiehoff, former photoshop manager, rose to fame after marrying Randy Johnson, a former professional baseball pitcher. One of the tallest players in major league history at 6 feet 10 inches (2.08 m), Johnson has played 22 seasons with six teams in Major League Baseball (MLB) from 1988 to 2009.
The American celebrity wife was born in 1958 in the United States of American. She is American by citizenship and belongs to the white ethnicity. So far, her husband Randy has received a complete athletic scholarship to play baseball for the University of Southern California.
61, Lisa Wiehoff has been married to her long-term partner, Randy Johnson, for about years. She met her future husband in 1985 at a charity golf event when Randy, 56, was still with the organisation.
Then after eight years later, the couple tied the wedding knot on 6th November 1993 at an intimate ceremony. After a marriage event, Johnson enjoyed his young career's best season (308 strikeouts, second in Cy Young's vote for the Seattle Mariners).
For now, Wiehoff is living a happy life with Randy with no news of any extramarital affairs. Today the entire family lives in Paradise Valley, Arizona.
The photo-shop manager and a second-round pick by the Montreal Expos (1985), Randy shares four adults children from their weddings. Three daughters named are Sammy Johnson (born 1994), Tanner Johnson (born 1996), Willow Johnson (born 1998) and one son is Alexandria Johnson (born 1999).
Some reports say that Randy, number 51 retired in 2015 from the Arizona Diamondbacks, has a daughter from a previous relationship, Heather Renee Roszell (born 1989). Nonetheless, the other information about his former partner remain secret from the media or away.
More surprisingly, a third-born Willow is a volleyball star who plays AZ Storm's team and is committed to Oregon University. Volleyball Magazine called her one of the nation's top 25 sub-classed to watch.
Willow's coach stated:
"She is a strong blocker and will also be important for us in the back row. She has grown a lot in the last year and has become a leader on the team. We will rely heavily on her this fall".
On the other hand, the only boy in the family, Tanner is now attending the University of Arizona. He was the bat boy for San Francisco Giants when his father played his 300th game.
Meanwhile, the net worth of Lisa is valued at $300,000, but it has not yet been officially verified. She would have gained a fair amount of money as a photo-shop boss. Another celebrity mom, Karen Kempner now lives a luxurious lifestyle with her family.
Similarly, Adobe Photoshop compensation ranges between $52,000 and $57,000. Therefore, being one of the well photo-shop managers in the USA, her wealth falls within the same range.
Furthermore, Lisa Wiehoff and Randy's husband own many cars, including Mercedes Sedan, Candy apple red Porsche and others.
Now retired, Randy ranked among the 20 richest MLB players of all time. Johnson, a professional baseball pitcher, has an estimated net worth of $95 million as of early March 2020. Another MLB player, Chris Shaw, has a decent fortune.
Randy earned more than $175 million in salary when playing in the MLB team. He played in MLB for the Seattle Mariners and the Arizona Diamondbacks for over 22 seasons. His 303 career victories were ranked fifth in the history of MBL by a left-hander, and his 4,875 career strikeouts are second only to Nolan Ryan’s 5,714 Ks.
Now named 'Big Unit,' Johnson made record-breaking headlines when he received the 1995 American League Cy Young Trophy. He has earned a 10-time All-Star and a five-time Cy Young Award winner with a career record of 303-166.
Baseball legend announced his retirement from professional baseball on 5 January 2010. He has pursued a second career as a photographer ever since he retired from baseball.
Baseball Hall of Fame Randy Johnson sold $7.3 million Paradise Valley mansion near Mummy Mountain for 25,000-square-foot. The house had been listed for $25 million in 2014, which initially purchased the house for $2.7 million in 2003.
The estate spans five acres, 7-bedroom, 12-bath house, a spa, pool and tennis court of commercial quality. It also comprises a kitchen for the chef, a wine cellar, a research room, two offices, and a pet suite.
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