Jessica Elway is the daughter of John Albert Elway Jr. and Janet Elway. Her three siblings, Jack Elway, Juliana Elway and Jordon Elway, raised her in Englewood, Colorado. Following in her parents’ footsteps, she attended Stanford University, where she played for the Stanford Cardinal women’s basketball team in 2004-2005.
Who is Jessica Elway’s husband?
Jimmy, her husband, is currently completing his residency in New York. Their wedding was a traditional Mexican wedding held in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
Jessica’s current information is not available in the media as she keeps her personal life private and does not have a social page.
Divorce of John and Janet Elway
The couple got married in 1984, and divorced after 19 years of marriage in 2002. The couple nevertheless tried to raise their children and teach them that the divorce was not their fault. Janet stated that their children come first.
“I think John and I did a great job of emphasizing how loved they are and that it’s not their fault.” It came down to the fact that we had no choice – it had to happen, and we would do whatever we could for them. According to John and I, the most important thing was that these children go through it as painlessly as possible.”
Both father and mother love their children equally, and despite the separation, they will love them equally.
Janet was honored to induct her father, John Elway, into the Pro Football Hall of Fame as the oldest daughter. She recalled her family’s numerous get-togethers and revealed secrets from her childhood. She was the first daughter in Canton, Ohio, to induct her father into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
It was a proud moment for John Elway and his family. The fact that she received the award from her daughter made the award even more meaningful for the 60-year-old.
Jessica was a three-time captain of the Cherry Creek High School girls basketball team and a four-year letterwinner. She helped the team reach the 2004 tournament in Colorado.
She also played in the All-Colorado All-Star Game, the Adidas All-American Camp and the All-Star Game. Jessica was named MVP of the Deep South Classic and finished her senior season averaging 10.1 points and 5.1 rebounds per game. She didn’t play basketball in her sophomore year, even though she was a fantastic athlete.