Who Is Steve Garvey's Wife?
Candace Garvey, Steve Garvey's wife, was once known as Candace Thomas before the couple got married.
In January of 1989, the pair announced their engagement. They got to know one another during a fundraiser for the Special Olympics.
Garvey and Candace started dating over the course of the subsequent few weeks, and their relationship began with excursions to various events, such as the inauguration of President George H. W. Bush and the Super Bowl.
Steve got married to Candace
On February 18, 1989, Garvey and Candace tied the knot and became husband and wife. Sean Garvey, Olivia Garvey, and Ryan Garvey are the couple's three children together.
The couple also has four children from prior marriages: Taylor Abess, Shaunna Thomas Butler, Whitney Garvey, and Krisha Neither. The Garveys live in Los Angeles and Palm Desert, California.
Before his marriage to Candace, Garvey was married to Cynthia Truhan
In 1971, when Garvey was just 22 years old, he wed Cynthia Truhan.
Krisha and Whitney were their two beautiful children. According to John, Cynthia was not well-liked by the majority of Garvey's Dodger colleagues or their spouses.
Garvey was already romantically connected with his secretary when Cynthia left him for musician Marvin Hamlisch. In 1983, Garvey and Cynthia ended their marriage and divorced.
Cheryl Moulton and Steve Have A Child Together
In July of 1988, Garvey learned that the woman he was about to marry, Cheryl Moulton, was carrying his kid, Ashleigh.
Despite this, Garvey made his proposal to Rebecka Mendenhall in November of 1988, and he informed Mendenhall about Moulton at the same time. In January of that year, Mendenhall found out that she was pregnant.
A telephone conversation on January 1, 1989, revealed that Garvey had ended their engagement. Since 1986, Garvey and Mendenhall have been involved in a romantic relationship. Slade, who would be their only child, was born in October of 1989.
Garvey Sued His Ex-Wife, Cynthia Garvey
Steve filed a lawsuit against him in the midst of what he referred to as a "midlife tragedy" in an attempt to gain access to his two children.
His daughters stated in court that they did not want to see dad and that they did not want him to visit them. Garvey had to pay child support equal to fifty percent of his monthly television profits while he was being pursued in various cases, which caused him to lose business chances.