Stan Cadwallader’s Wiki Biography

Stan Cadwallader was born on 28 January 1948, which means that he’s 71 years old and his zodiac sign is Aquarius. Cadwallader, whose nationality is American, is best known as the husband of the former singer, actor and comedian Jim Nabors. Being married to a famous person, Stan was under the spotlight, which also poses some questions about his love life, early and formative years, as well as his career and income and we’ll talk about those topics in this article.

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Net Worth

So just how rich is Stan Cadwallader as of mid-2019? According to authoritative sources, this ex-firefighter has a net worth of $25 million, and his husband’s wealth might have played a significant role with his finances. However, Stan hasn’t shared any information about his assets, such as houses and cars, but he is seemingly able to support and take care of himself financially.

Ethnicity and Background

Speaking about Cadwallader’s ethnicity, he is Caucasian and has gray hair and brown eyes. Judging from the photos available on the internet, he used to have a fit figure and be well put together in his youth, indicating that he took care of himself and his looks. However, he hasn’t spoken about his early life and formative years, but we do know that he was a firefighter back in the day.

Social Media

Unfortunately Stan isn’t active on social media, which makes it harder for his supporters and audience to keep in touch with him. As a matter of fact, he seems to be living a peaceful life behind closed doors and we respect his decision.

Jim Nabors and Stan Cadwallader

Relationship Status

Stan dated singer and actor Jim Nabors for over 38 years prior to marrying him on 13 January 2013. When wedding finally happened, Cadwallader was 64 years old. The couple wasn’t able to marry before, as gay marriage became legal only in 2012. In early 2013 they went to Washington State, and married at the Fairmount Olympic Hotel, located in Seattle. While the media was curious about their ceremony, they kept it private and only invited a small number of people – their closest friends.

The couple was pretty open about being together, and many people knew they were gay despite it being a controversial topic back in the day. Despite being a public figure, Stan prefers keeping some things behind the scenes, as he isn’t too keen on sharing too much with the media. The absence of any potential love interest after his husband’s death led many to believe he might be single, but he’s never confirmed or denied anything. However, we wish him well and hope he recovers from his loss.

Husband Jim Nabors

James Thurston ‘Jim’ Nabors was born on 12 June 1930, in Sylacauga, Alabama, USA, meaning that his zodiac sign was Gemini, and he lived to the age of 87. Nabors, whose nationality was American, was best known as an actor, comedian and singer who worked on numerous acclaimed television and cinematic projects such as “Gomer Pyle: USMC”, in which he starred alongside Frank Sutton and Ronnie Schell, “The Andy Griffith Show”, and “Stroker Ace”.

Speaking about his singing career, Jim sang “You’ll Never Walk Alone”, “You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me”, “Shall We Gather At The River”, “Love Me With All Your Heart (Cuando Calienta El Sol)” and “Back Home Again in Indiana”, the latter prior to the start of the Indianapolis 500 car race almost every year from 1972 to 2014 – in 2004 he sang “Ave Maria”. In June of the same year, the album entitled “The Best of Jim Nabors” was released, and featured tracks such as “Green Green Grass Of Home”, “Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Ole Oak Tree” and “Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody”. He mostly sang folk and country music. Overall, it is safe to say that thanks to his talent, hard work and dedication, Nabors gained a lot of attention, and he is still in the hearts of many.

Jim Nabors’ Death

Stan’s husband died on 30 November 2017, at the age of 87, at his home in Honolulu, Hawaii and in the following period, numerous people, friends and colleagues as well as US Marine Corps paid him an homage. The Marine Corps release a statement saying “Semper Fi, Gomer Pyle. Rest in peace Jim Nabors, one of the few to ever be named an Honorary Marine.”

Many people were influenced by his death, as he garnered a large number of fans during his decades long career. Karen Pence, the second lady of the US and the former first lady of Indiana, wrote about him on Twitter, adding that she was so sad to hear about his passing. “We heard him sing ‘Back Home Again in Indiana’ at the Indianapolis 500 countless times. We will miss his beautiful voice”, Pence stated. His friend, Carol Burnett spoke about how heartbroken his death made her, as they were close friends for over 50 years. Nabors was said to be a gentle and immensely talented man.

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