Get Into Life of Roman Gabriel, Know All The Women Gabriel Has Married

As the first Filipino-American quarterback in the NFL, Roman Gabriel made history. At the end of the 1960s and early 1970s, he continued to develop a fantastic career.

The iconic player has spent on the Los Angeles Rams 11 seasons and on Philadelphia Eagles his last five seasons. The personal life of Roman Gabriel also attracted great fan attention. The soccer player was three times married.

He married five children — 4 children and one daughter — to Lisa Katolin, Tedra Bidwell, and Suzanne Horton. Suzanne’s first wedding and his first three sons were made.

The First Wife of Roman Gabriel, Suzanne Horton (1960-1971)

Roman Gabriel was married to three different women, Roman Gabriel, from whom he was later divorced. He married Suzanne Horton in 1960, his first marriage. Both met at New Hanover High School in high school, where Roman did play high school football, despite suffering from asthma.

Roman got his New Hannover degree in 1958 and left for his university football to North Carolina State University. He married Suzanne Horton for two years at college. It is currently unknown if the couple was studying in the same college. Roman completed a high-performance university career in her marriage and joined the Los Angeles Rams in 1962 as NFL drafts number two.

The sons Roman III Gabriel, Ram Allen Gabriel, and Rory Jay were also born to three daughters. While Suzanne had one of the best periods of his life, in 1971, after 11 years of marriage, the couple became divorced. It is unclear how they split.

Roman Gabriel’s Second Marriage with Tedra Bidwell (1972-1980)

It is out of the public’s control the situation leading to the end of his first marriage. We could not, therefore, say if Roman had dated before his divorce his second wife, Tedra Lynn Bidwell. It did not take him and Suzanne, however, long before officially split ways for Tedra to begin another marital life.

The quarterback Los Angeles Rams got married on 29 January 1972 to an air freight business assistant, Tedra Bidwells. Tedra was 21 years old when she married, with a gap of ten years of age. 1972 was an important year for Roman after marriage. In the same year after 11 seasons, he also left Los Angeles Rams.
The marriage between Roman and Tedra did not last until his initial marriage. After eight years as a husband and wife, they divorced in 1980. They had one child together, Brandon Gabriel, before court papers formally ended their relationship in August.

Roman Gabriel’s third Marriage Lisa Ann Katolin (1980 – 2005)

Though we are unsure why the marriages of each Roman Gabriel ended, it should be noted that his longest marriage had ever been since he withdrew from soccer.In July 1980, a couple of months after he completed his divorce from Lisa, Roman married Lisa Ann Katolin. After spending five years with Philadelphia Eagles, the Rams icon had withdrawn from professional football three years ago, in 1977.

In the same year, her married Tedra begins his leading football coaching profession, possibly having met her when he was an assistant coach at the Collège of the Desert of Ray Butcher.

In Rancho Mirage at the Palomino Ranch, Roman Gabriel and Lisa Ann Katolin got married. A wedding with over 400 guests was an elegant affair. There were names such as Marlin McKeever and Myron Pattios at the Marriott’s Rancho Las Palmas Resort.

It was her first marriage, and at least, a lengthy one, for Lisa, who is the daughter of Robert and Norma Katolin, and the former sports information director. They were together until 2005 when Amber Noel, the only daughter of former Rams, was born.

Lisa and Roman had become heavily interested in charity work when they were together. Often for the benefit of leuchemia, multiple sclerosis, and muscular dystrophy, they promoted famous golf tournaments. Unique Olympic and Health Army have benefited from their service. But they ultimately went their separate ways after more than two decades together.

Roman Gabriel has maintained a lasting friendship with his children and mothers, Grouchness and a self admitted ignorance

Whilst his weddings indicate that successful professional football has been a major influence, Roman takes on the characteristics of his failed marriages. He blamed his groanliness and arrogance in an interview with the Los Angeles Times for why nobody wanted to hang around.

It includes his children, beside his wives, from whom he admits that he was not a big father. He has at least 3 grandchildren, one of whom he never met and two of whom he had never seen since 2007. Perhaps this is why none of his children, Roman III Gabriel being the closest from his first marriage, has been publicly identified with him.

Roman III is a radio personality, an evangelist, and a motivational speaker. He is the president of the Sold Out ministries in Boone, North Carolina, and a member of the Mount Vernon Baptist Church. He focuses his ministry on sharing the gospel with the Super Bowl week, by interviewing NFL players.

He spoke about drug-free and alcohol-free motivational talk to thousands of secondary and middle school students. He also hosts an American Family Radio show, Sports Talk, which is organized across 200 cities.

He played for the Oakland Raiders in pro football before a neck injury finished his career before he took a Christian ministry career.

He now lives in a calm life in North Carolina, Wilmington

Qualities such as combativity and bullheading made Roman Gabriel a good soccer player. In his personal life, however, they were not successful. Thus, in a Wilmington, North Carolina flat, the Los Angeles Rams icon seems to lead a lonely life.

He retired completely from the sport after a brief career as a head trainer where he coached at the World League of American Football California state polytechnic university, Pomon, and Raleigh-Durham. He was having a massive stroke, which may lead to his quiet life now, five years before he and Lisa split.

In August 2020 he recently appeared in the press. Along with other stars such as Doug Williams, Kurt Warner, and James Harris, the National Quarterback Club led him to the National Quarterback Hall of Fame. It may not be the maternal connection he needs, but the professional years of the football icon have to be remembered.