Who is Pat Schottenheimer? Pat Schottenheimer Bio/Wiki
Pat Schottenheimer is the wife of Marty Schottenheimer.
Schottenheimer and his wife, Pat, have been married since 1968. In North Carolina, they lived on Lake Norman.
Her age is unknown.
Pat Schottenheimer And Marty Schottenheimer (Love Story)
Born Patricia A. Hoeltgen, Pat got married in 1968 to Schottenheimer. Their first date is listed in the biography of Schottenheimer, ‘Martyball: The Life and Triumphs of Marty Schottenheimer, The Coach Who Really Did Win It All’.
The book mentions how, while enjoying their spring break, they met at Daytona Beach, Florida in 1965. Schottenheimer asked Pat out for dinner, and at that time she sent him the address of where she was staying.
However, when the young Schottenheimer knocked at Pat’s door, in her light yellow summer dress, he did not remember her.
They ended up going out to a lovely dinner after a confusing and funny fiasco, and finally tied knots after three years of dating.
The couple had 2 children, a daughter named ‘Kristen’ and a son named ‘Brian’. Brian is the Jacksonville Jaguars’ passing game coordinator and quarterback coach.
Marty Schottenheimer Death Cause
His family confirmed on February 3, 2021, that he had been placed into hospice care the previous Saturday.
He died in Charlotte, Northern Carolina, on February 8, 2021. He was 77 years old.
An absolute legend of the gridiron. Coach Marty Schottenheimer coached the Senior Bowl 4 times, representing the Chiefs and the Chargers, including the 2004 game where he got an up-close look at QB Philip Rivers prior to the NFL Draft. RIP Coach. pic.twitter.com/np3N9k7uUC
— Reese’s Senior Bowl (@seniorbowl) February 9, 2021
Thank you #martyschottenheimer for trusting me as a leader in a 2004 @Chargers lockerroom and helping establish a winning culture w/ a group of young talented guys. My favorite coach of all time. I love you and your family always! pic.twitter.com/6c8yMoUs67
— Roman Oben (@R_Oben) February 9, 2021
So sorry to hear about the passing of Marty Schottenheimer. He was a great man and a great coach. He impacted so many lives for the better, including mine. My heart goes out to the Schottenheimer family.🙏🏽 pic.twitter.com/Hsdj6kV071
— Tony Dungy (@TonyDungy) February 9, 2021