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American football quarterback
Born: June 22, 1971 (age 50 years), Burlington, Iowa, United States
Spouse: Brenda Warner (m. 1997)
Hall of fame induction: 2017
Children: Zachary Taylor Warner, Jada Jo Warner
Education: University of Northern Iowa, Regis Middle School
Parents: Gene Warner, Sue Warner
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Date of birth:June 22 1971 (age 50)
Place of birth:Burlington, Iowa
Height: 6 ft 2 inWeight: 241 lbs
Debut: 1994 for the Green Bay Packers
Last game: 2009 for the Arizona Cardinals
High school:Regis (Iowa)
College:Northern Iowa (2006-2009)
NFL Draft:1994 / Undrafted
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Kurt Warner was born to Gene and Sue Warner. Warner’s parents divorced when he was six. Kurt and his brother, Matt, lived with their mother, including through another short marriage and divorce.
Kurt’s father, Gene Warner, remarried a year after divorcing Kurt’s mom. Warner’s stepmother, Mimi Warner, also had a son named Matt (Post). The three boys formed a close relationship soon thereafter.
Kurt graduated in 1989 from Regis High School, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he was quarterback of the school’s Class 3A football team.
Warner graduated from University of Northern Iowa with a degree in communications.
During college, Warner met his future wife, Brenda Carney Meoni; they married on October 11, 1997. Brenda is a former United States Marine Corps corporal.
She was divorced with two children, one of whom was left brain damaged and blind after being accidentally dropped by Brenda’s ex-husband, leading to her hardship discharge from the Marines in 1990.
After Warner was cut from the Packers’ training camp in 1994, he got a job working the night shift as a night stock clerk at a local Hy-Vee grocery store, in addition to his work as an assistant coach at Northern Iowa.
While Warner was working as an assistant coach, the couple were living in Brenda’s parents’ basement in Cedar Falls. Brenda’s parents were killed in 1996 when their Mountain View, Arkansas home was destroyed by a tornado.
Warner and Brenda married on October 11, 1997, at the St. John American Lutheran Church, the same place where the service for Brenda’s parents was held.
Warner was still hoping to get an NFL tryout, but with that possibility appearing dim and the long hours at Hy-Vee for minimum wage taking their toll, Warner began his Arena League career.
After marrying Brenda, Warner officially adopted her two children from her first marriage; they have since added five children of their own.
A 11,300 square feet (1,050 m2) mansion home in Paradise Valley, Arizona once owned by Warner was sold in 2019 for $US3.1 million.
Kurt and Brenda Warner are devout evangelical Christians.