Nancy Lynn McIntyre Wiki – Biography
Nancy Lynn McIntyre is the wife of Tom Seaver, nicknamed Tom Terrific, an American professional baseball player, who played in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a right-handed pitcher for the New York Mets, Cincinnati Reds, Chicago White Sox, and Boston Red Sox, from 1967 to 1986.
It is being reported that the former Mets Pitcher died on August 31st, 2020 at the age of 75. Seaver played a significant role in the Mets’ victory in the 1969 World Series.
Nancy Lynn McIntyre Age
Nancy Seaver is 75 years old. She was born on February 24th, 1945 as per online records.
Nancy Lynn was born to William Dean McIntyre and Julia Dittemore McIntyre as one of their four children. Her father a US Army veteran served in the Pacific Theatre in the ’40s. Her mom died back in August 2007 at the age of 87 while her dad passed away on June 9, 2011, at the age of 90.
Nancy’s brothers are Michael Dean, Terry Michael, and William Dean Jr.
Nancy Lynn McIntyre & Tom Seaver
Seaver ant Nancy were married on June 9th, 1966, until his death on August 31st, 2020. They were married for a record 54 years. The couple met when they were children, they started dating until they were in college; eventually, Tom proposed in Florida while he was playing with a minor league team. They exchanged vows on June 9, 1966.
They welcomed their daughter Sara E. Seaver now Sara Zaske on September 16, 1972; their second daughter Anne Elizabeth Seaver now Anne Buckle was born on October 29, 1975. They live in their home where they ran Seaver Vineyards in Calistoga, California.
They lived in Calistoga, California, where Seaver started his own 3.5-acre (14,000 m2) vineyard, Seaver Family Vineyards, on his 116-acre (0.47 km2) estate in 2002. His first vintage was produced in 2005. He presented his two cabernets, “Nancy’s Fancy” and “GTS,” at an April 2010 wine-tasting event in SoHo, to positive reviews.
Tom Seaver Death & Cause
Tom Seaver passed away on Monday, August 31st due to complications of Lewy body dementia and COVID-19, according to the National Baseball of Hall of Fame.
“We are heartbroken to share that our beloved husband and father has passed away,” His wife Nancy Seaver and daughters Sarah and Anne said in a statement. “We send our love out to his fans, as we mourn his loss with you.”
Seaver was regarded as the greatest Met of all-time with a 2.86 run average and struck out 3,640 batters over a career that spanned from 1967 to 1986. He earned 12 All-Star selections, led the National League in wins and ERA three times apiece, and strikeouts five times. Elected into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1992, Seaver was on 98.8 percent of ballots, which was the highest voting percentage ever received at the time.