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Who is Billye Aaron? Wiki, Bio, Age, Hank Aaron’s Wife, Children, Net Worth, Facts

Billye Aaron

Billye Aaron Wiki – Billye Aaron Bio

Billye Aaron was the wife of Hank Aaron, a Longtime MLB home run king who passed away Friday, Jan 22nd at the age of 86 as per CBS in Atlanta.

Aaron wrapped up his 23-year career in the majors in 1976 with a raft of records that still stand.

Age

Billye was born on October 16, 1936, in Anderson County, Texas to Nathan Suber and Annie Mae Smith Suber.

Education

She attended Clemons School in Neches, Texas, and later graduated from Lincoln High School in Dallas, Texas in 1954. In 1958, she graduated from Texas College in Tyler, Texas with her B.A. degree in English.

She received a fellowship to attend Atlanta University in Atlanta, Georgia and graduated with her M.A. degree in 1960. Aaron continued her post-graduate studies at the University of California at Berkeley.

Career

Aaron taught English in the Atlanta public school system, at Spelman College, Morehouse College, South Carolina State College, and Morris Brown College.

In 1968, she hired as a co-host for WSB-TV’s ‘Today in Georgia,’ becoming the first African American woman in the southeast to co-host a daily, hour-long talk show.

She served as the development director for the Atlanta branch of the United Negro College Fund in 1980.

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Billye named director emeritus of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund and has been honoured with numerous awards for her service, including the 2003 Martin Luther King, Jr. “Salute to Greatness” and the YWCA Woman of Achievement award.

Husband

Billye and Hank married on November 12, 1973. The couple blessed with one daughter named Ceci.

Hank Aaron Died

Hank Aaron, whose prodigious swing took him from a poverty-stricken section of Mobile, Alabama, to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, has died.

Aaron played 21 of his 23 seasons for the Milwaukee and Atlanta Braves, and Braves Chairman Terry McGuirk said he heartbroken by the death of baseball’s one-time home run king.

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