Published on September 10, 2021, Updated on September 10, 2021
Julie Kuchta, the wife of former NFL player Alan Joseph Faneca, is a true example of a WAG who stayed committed to her man’s ever-changing career. Though she had to put her career on hold to stay close to her husband and raise their family together, she never backed down and did everything she could to support her husband and family.
Kuchta is now one of the co-owners of ViraDecon, an initiative to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Her business partners are her husband, Alan Faneca, and brother, John Kuchta. Fans of Alan are eagerly waiting to know the details of his marital life with his wife.
Keep on reading for exciting details about Julie Kuchta’s married life with her husband, their children, and many more!
Though Kuchta and her husband haven’t revealed the specific details of their wedding, they have been married to each other for 21 years. The couple tied the knot in 1999 in an intimate ceremony attended by their family members and limited friends.
Kuchta and her husband first met at Louisiana State University while Faneca was still a freshman at the university. Since 1994, the two have been together and still share the same chemistry they used to have in their younger days.
The lovey-dovey couple is doting parents of three children. Kuchta struggled to get pregnant for five years until she became pregnant with their eldest daughter, Anabelle. She was too excited to welcome her first little munchkin. But after giving birth to her daughter in 2005, she became paralyzed by anxiety and fear. Later, she was diagnosed with postpartum depression.
Kuchta told her husband about her depression and sought help from experts. Later, the two decided to create awareness about postpartum depression, which would help so many women.
Kuchta and her husband later welcomed their second child, son Burton. Finally, their family of four turned five when Kuchta gave birth to their youngest son, Penelope.
Julie’s daughter, Anabelle, has Sturge-Weber syndrome, which results in a series of seizures. The malfunction began when she was only 13 months old.
Julie and her husband began scoring the country for top experts and traveled to Baltimore for a medical regimen at the Hunter Nelson Sturge-Weber Center at Kennedy Krieger Institute. Thankfully, Anabelle is right on track physically and mentally.
Not only Julie’s daughter, but her husband has also been suffering from the neurological disorder Epilepsy since the age of 15. Unlike his daughter, Alan’s epilepsy was caused by head injuries as a little kid, banging his head around.
(References from Glamour of Hope, People)