Sports Announcer Beth Mowins Husband Alan Arrollado Is An SDFD Battalion Chief

Beth Mowins husband Alan Arrollado is a San Diego Fire Rescue battalion chief. Beth and Alan got married on June 30, 2019.

Mowins married his life partner Alan at the age of 50. She works as a sportscaster and teaches sports broadcasting at Syracuse University as a professor.

Mowins is a veteran American sportscaster who has worked for ESPN, CBS Sports, and NFL Network. She made history by being the first woman to announce a Monday Night Football game and an NFL game broadcast nationwide.

Beth became the first female announcer to broadcast a Vikings game against Jacksonville Jaguars in NFL on December 6. The Vikings grab the win by 27-24 in the thrilling contest.

Beth Mowins Husband Alan Arrollado Is SDFD Battalion Chief

Beth Mowins husband Alan Arrollado has been serving as the battalion chief of SDFD for the past thirty years.

In November 2018, Arrollado completed his three decades of service working as the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department chief, providing fire protection and ensuring safety and emergency medical services to the citizens of San Diego, California, United States.

Alan (third from the right) with his friends at the Mayor Faulconer's Inauguration Party on March 4, 2014.
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Chief Stowell pinned him a badge that day to make his 30 years of courtesy. Alan uploaded the picture of Stowell handing him the pin on his Facebook account. 

“Hard to believe I still love this job as much as I did 30 years ago…maybe even more now that I truly know how fortunate I’ve been,” he captioned the post. 

Alan also gives live updates of firefighter rescue work on his Twitter, explaining the situation and escorting safety to people through social media. He is also vocal regarding the rights of firemen.

Arrollado with chief SD Fire-Rescue Chief Colin Stowell who present him with a 30 year pin at the Metro Zone Emergency Command & Data Center in 2018.
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Alan notes that despite having witnessed multiple economic cycles throughout his more than 30 years in the fire department, maintaining the basics has stayed the same.

Simple but challenging, chief Arrollado worked in busy homes for most of his firefighting career. Still, he also held leadership positions in Local 145 and the San Diego City Employees Retirement System (SDCERS). 

SDFD Battalion chief Alan enjoying with his friend at Petco Park in San Diego, California in May 2019.
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Alan is serving on his second tenure at SDCERS after his first term concluded in July 2015. His experience has taught him how to manage risk, which he claims has been the most eye-opener for him on the road to financial freedom.

Alan Has Donated To Multiple Fundraiser

Alan loves charity and has donated lots of money to multiple fundraisers.

Not only he donated, but he also inspired others to take part in charitable activities to aid the less fortunate. Alan primarily contributes through Facebook fundraisers.

In November 2020, he donated to a fundraiser for Healing Our Heroes created by Dena Chavez. It targeted to collect $1,500 and ended up raising $2,060. The aim is to support firefighters and veterans who are not in good sound condition or suffering from some life-threatening diseases.

Arrollado with his wife Beth at the 2015 Marty Glickman Award.
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Healing Our Heroes offers Neurofeedback therapy at no cost and strives to lower the 22 suicides per day figure, along with assisting veterans in improving their quality of life.

In March 2019, Arrollado donated to a San Diego Fire-Rescue Foundation fundraiser. The fund was raised to provide improved equipment, training, and technology to fire responders to safeguard better San Diego residents and property from the wrath of fire, natural catastrophes, unexpected injuries, and illnesses.

Arrollado wants to send a message to all the citizens and those in power to ensure the safety and aid of firefighters who put their lives at risk to help others.

Beth And Alan Married Life

Beth and Alan got married in July 2019 in the seaside village of La Jolla in California.

The 55-year-old American sports correspondent Mowins is happy to finally get tied to the wedding knot at 52. Her fellow journalist friend Holly Rowe who attended the event on July 1st posted the picture on her Instagram account.

Beth and Alan got married in La Jolla, California on July 1st, 2019.
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Rowe and a bunch of Beth’s pals posed for a picture as the bride and groom stayed in the middle, surrounded by the others. Among the attendees are Fox Sports sportscaster Allison Williams, NBC Sports sports announcer Maria Taylor and ESPN Softball analyst Amanda Scarborough.

Beth and Alan are not open to sharing their personal information or relationship details with the public, so their social media accounts barely contribute to exploring their married life. They now reside in San Diego, California, with a son of Alan from his previous relationship. Beth is a stepmother to Matt. 

American sports telecaster Holly Rowe with newlywed couple Beth and Alan in July 2019.
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The couple dated for several years before marrying in 2019. Their early picture together data back in 2015 when Alan and Beth were spotted at the 2015 Marty Glickman Award with Marcus Hayes and Josh Barnett.

Among the four posts Beth has uploaded on her Instagram, the one she shared in July 2016 depicts her attending an MLB game with her partner Aland, wearing a San Diego Padres hat, and his son Matt.

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