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Born: June 29, 1967 (age 53 years), Lake Jackson, Texas, United States

Spouse: Bill Arriaga (m. 1993)

Children: Jovan Arriaga

Siblings: A.B. Quintanilla III, Selena

Parents: Abraham Quintanilla, Marcella Samora

Birthday: June 29, 1967

Nationality: American

Age: 53 Years, 53 Year Old Females

Sun Sign: Cancer

Born Country: United States

Born In: Lake Jackson, Texas, United States

Famous As: Musician

Drummers American Women

Height: 5’7″ (170 cm), 5’7″ Females

Spouse/Ex-: Bill Arriaga (M. 1993)

Father: Abraham Quintanilla Jr.

Mother: Marcella Samora

Siblings: A.B. Quintanilla, Selena

U.S. State: Texas

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Suzette ‘Suzy’ Quintanilla was born on June 29, 1967 in Lake Jackson, Texas, United States, to Abraham Quintanilla Jr. and Marcella Ofelia Samora.

Her father is a Mexican-American singer-songwriter and record producer who had encouraged his children to play music.

She is the middle child of her parents and has an older brother named A.B. Quintanilla III and had a younger sister named Selena, both of whom grew up to become successful musicians and singers.

She and her siblings were raised as Jehovah’s Witness.

The siblings began performing at various local events, and after the family experienced a financial crisis, they began performing professionally as well.

She married her longtime boyfriend Bill Arriaga in 1993.

The couple has a son named Jovan, born in 1998.

They often share pictures with each other on social media.

They celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary in 2018, following which she also shared a picture with her husband on her Instagram profile.

After giving up drumming in 1995, Suzette focused her attention instead on preserving her sister’s legacy.

Now 53, she’s the CEO and president of Q Productions, overseeing the Quintanilla family’s record company, the management of the Selena Museum in their native Corpus Christi, Texas, and coordination of licensing for ventures like the best-selling Selena MAC Cosmetics collection.

The company has also put on various Selena tribute concerts over the years, including one that was scheduled for May 2020, almost exactly 25 years after Selena’s death, but was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Suzette was also in attendance alongside the rest of her family at the 2017 ceremony during which Selena was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and which set records for the number of fans in attendance.

She spoke last at the ceremony, ending by quoting her sister: “The goal isn’t to live forever, but to create something that will.”

Suzette Quintanilla acquired energy for music from their dad Abraham Quintanilla Jr.

In the year1980, a teenaged Suzette Quintanilla started performing with her brother and sister at her dad’s new Tex-Mex café.

According to the sources, she played drums, while her sibling, Abraham III, played bass, and her sister, Selena, gave vocals.

Nonetheless, the café had to close the next year after a downturn brought about by the 1980s oil overabundance and the family opted for non-payment.

They were ousted from their home and got comfortable in Corpus Christi, Texas.

After that, she and her siblings started performing at intersections, weddings, quinceañeras, and fairs to help the family monetarily.

Her dad framed the band ‘Selena y Los Dinos’ and later renovated an old transport, ‘Enormous Bertha’, to utilize it as their visit transport.

In the year 1984, they picked up standard notoriety following the arrival of their full-length collection ‘Selena y Los Dinos – Mis Primeras Grabaciones’.

Their third collection, ‘Munequito De Trapo’ (Rag Doll), was advanced and displayed in the ‘Tejano Music Awards’, where her sister, Selena won the first of her eight back to back ‘Female Vocalist of The Year’ grants.

Suzette kept on performing with her kin in the family band until Selena’s awkward passing in 1995.

While Suzette Quintanilla quit playing music expertly following the deplorable demise of her sister Selena, she has been effectively ensuring and spreading the tradition of her late sister from that point onward.

She frequently goes to different occasions in the memory of her more youthful sister and meets with her fans.

For the benefit of her dad’s organization, Q-Productions, Inc., she deals with the Selena Museum.

She is additionally engaged with noble cause work through ‘The Selena Foundation’, which was framed by her family not long after Selena’s passing and helps kids in an emergency.

In a meeting, she referenced that the siblings used to invest a great deal of energy on their visit transport and that she used to have genuine talks with Selena on their bunk.

At present, she is a successful businesswoman and entrepreneur.

From her career, Suzette Quintanilla made a net worth and total assets of 3-4 million USD (approx.).

She takes great care of her health; even at the age of 53, she looks young and fit.

The height of Suzette Quintanilla is around 5 feet 7 inches (approx.).