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Born: January 30, 1962, Tustin, California, United States
Died: July 6, 2020, Des Moines, Washington, United States
Children: Audrey Lokelani Fualaau, Georgia Fualaau
Books: Un seul crime, l’amour
Siblings: Joseph E. Schmitz, Eugenie Bostrom, John P. Schmitz
Spouse: Vili Fualaau (m. 2005–2019), Steve Letourneau (m. 1984–1999)
Birth NationUnited States of America
Place Of BirthTustin, California
Current CitySeattle, Washington, USA
Source of WealthSchool Teacher
SpouseSteve Letourneau [M. 1984; Div. 1999] and Vili Fualaau [M. 2005 – Present]
FatherJohn G. Schmitz
MotherMary E. Schmitz
Body Measurement34-28-35 inches
Height5 feet 6 inches
Shoe Size6 (US)
Eye ColorDark Brown
High SchoolCornelia Connelly High School
UniversityArizona State University
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Mary Katherine Schmitz was born in 1962 in Tustin, California, the daughter of Mary E. (née Suehr), a former chemist, and John G. Schmitz (1930–2001), a community college instructor and politician.
She was known as Mary Kay to her family and called “Cake” by her father.
She was the fourth of seven children, raised in a “strict Catholic household.”
When Letourneau was two years old, her father began a political career and successfully ran as a Republican for a seat in the state legislature.
He held positions as a California state senator and U.S. Congressman, winning a special election for an unexpired term in 1970 and the general election later that year.
After a primary defeat in 1972, he changed parties and ran for president as an American Party candidate in the 1972 U.S. presidential election.
In 1973, Letourneau’s three-year-old brother drowned in the family pool at their home in the Spyglass Hill section of Corona del Mar, California, while she played with another brother in the shallow end.
Letourneau attended Cornelia Connelly High School, an all-girls’ Catholic school in Anaheim, California, where she was a member of the cheerleading squad for Servite High School.
She later attended Arizona State University.
In 1978, her father was re-elected as a Republican to the California State Senate.
He intended to run for the U.S. Senate in 1982, but his political career was permanently damaged that year when it was revealed that he had fathered two children out of wedlock during an affair with a mistress, a former student at Santa Ana College, where he had taught political science.
Her father’s affair caused Letourneau’s parents to separate, but they later reconciled.
Letourneau’s brother John Schmitz was the deputy counsel to President George H. W. Bush.
Her other brother, Joseph E. Schmitz, was Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Defense under President George W. Bush, as well as a senior executive with Academi, and is a foreign policy adviser to President Donald Trump.