Carole Krummenacher is known for being the ex-wife of American sports broadcaster Bob Costas.
Carole Krummenacher was born on March 27, 1955, in New York City, New York. Her parents are of English, German and Irish descent. She was an energetic and playful child but also very dominant. She attended both a primary and a high school in New York City.
Carole Krummenacher did not have a high-profile profession; she spent most of her time assisting Bob Costas's ex-husband in his sports commentating career.
Carole Krummenacher married Bob Costas in 1983. From their marriage, they have two children together. They gave birth to a son named Keith and a named daughter Taylor. Keith was born in 1986, and their girl Taylor in 1989. After eighteen years of marriage, they got a divorce in 2001. Costas once tongue in cheek promised Minnesota Twins player Kirby Puckett that he would name the child Kirby off chance that he was batting more than .350 when his kid was born. Kirby was hitting better than .350, but Bob's child at first was not given the name of Kirby. After Puckett helped Costas remember the understanding, the birth name was changed to "Keith Michael Kirby Costas."
His business manager, Pam Davis, affirmed the pair's separation after the news broke in 2001. In her statement, she said, "The parting is amicable. They are devoted to their children, and Bob will continue to live in St. Louis to remain close to them."
Her ex-husband, Bob Costas, is a famous sports news journalist and reporter. Bob Costas was born on March 22, 1952, in New York City, New York. He was born to Jayne Quinlan and John George Costas. His father was an electrical engineer with a good salary, so Bob Costas didn't lack much growing up. On the other side, his mom, Jayne, was a homemaker. She took care of her son, Robert Quinlan Costas when his father was at work.
Since his early childhood, Bob was interested in sportscasting and watched famous sportscasters on television, becoming a renowned sportscaster one day. His dream eventually became a reality after he reached a career milestone as an American sports journalist with a net worth of $10 million.
Costas attended a primary school in New York City. After his primary level education, he went to Commack High School South and graduated in 1970. After his Commack High School education, Bob Costas attended Syracuse University in New York City. He studied Communications at Syracuse University. He left the university one step shy of graduation so he could get his first job.
Bob Costas got his first job as a full-time sportscaster and journalist when he was 22 years old. His first job was working for the radio station KMOX. He also worked for CBS Sports as their announcer for CBS NBA and CBS NFL. Later, he got a job at the television channel NBC Sports. At NBC, he hosted both NFL and NBA games. Later, he got himself a talk show called Costas Tonight. He was awarded four National Sportscaster of the Year awards and three Emmys.