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First Lady of the United States
Born: June 3, 1951 (age 69 years), Hammonton, New Jersey, United States
Height: 1.68 m
Education: University of Delaware (2007)
Children: Ashley Biden
Spouse: Joe Biden (m. 1977), Bill Stevenson (m. 1970–1975)
Birthday: June 3, 1951
Age: 69 Years, 69 Year Old Females
Sun Sign: Gemini
Also Known As: Jill Tracy Biden, Jill Tracy Jacobs
Born Country: United States
Born In: Hammonton, New Jersey
Famous As: First Lady Of The United States
Educators First Ladies
Height: 1.68 M
Spouse/Ex-: Joe Biden (M. 1977), Bill Stevenson (M. 1970 – Div. 1976)
Father: Donald C. Jacobs
Mother: Bonny Jean Jacobs
Children: Ashley Biden
U.S. State: New Jersey
Education: Villanova University, West Chester University, University Of Delaware
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Jill Biden got married for the first time to former college football player Bill Stevenson in February 1970.
She had contributed to his Stone Balloon college bar in Newark, Delaware, but failed to get half share in the bar after they parted ways few years later.
She met Joe Biden on a blind date set up by his brother at a time when she was fighting a fierce divorce battle.
He was also nursing a broken heart after losing his first wife and college sweetheart, Neilia, and their infant daughter in a car accident three years back.
Immediately after meeting him, she had told her mother that she had finally met a gentleman, but kept declining his proposals worrying about the commitment of raising his two surviving sons.
They finally got married on June 17, 1977, at the Chapel at the United Nations in New York City, and welcomed their daughter, Ashley Blazer, in June 1981.
Jill Tracy Jacobs was born on June 3, 1951 in Hammonton, New Jersey.
As a child, she lived in Hatboro, Pennsylvania, before moving to Willow Grove, Pennsylvania, a northern suburb of Philadelphia.
She is the eldest of five sisters.
Her father, Donald Carl Jacobs (1927–1999), was a bank teller and U.S. Navy signalman during World War II who then used the G.I. Bill to attend business school and became head of a savings and loan institution in the Chestnut Hill neighborhood of Philadelphia.
His family name had originally been Giacoppo, misspelled in Giacoppa at the American registry before her Sicilian grandfather changed it.
Her mother, Bonny Jean (Godfrey) Jacobs (1930–2008), was a homemaker, and was of English and Scottish descent.
Her parents labeled themselves as “agnostic realists” and did not attend church, but she often attended Sunday services at a Presbyterian church with her grandmother.
Later, Jacobs independently took membership classes at nearby Abington Presbyterian Church and at age 16, was confirmed.
Jacobs always intended to have a career.
She began working at age 15, which included waitressing in Ocean City, New Jersey.
She attended Upper Moreland High School, where by her own later description, she was somewhat rebellious and enjoyed her social life and being a prankster.
However, she has recalled that she always had a love of English class, and her classmates have said she was a good student.
She graduated in 1969.