Sheldon Bream is a businessman and speaker who is famous for being the husband of Shannon Bream (Fox News Channel reporter for Supreme Court).
Sheldon Bream’s Early Life
- Sheldon Bream celebrates his birthday on October 30. However, we are unsure about his birth year.
- Bream lost his mother, Jouetta Bream on February 11, 2022.
- The news of his mother’s demise was shared by his wife, Shannon Bream.
My beloved mother-in-law has gone on to heaven. Jouetta Bream was a devoted wife and mother, a hard worker, funny, giving, accepting and gave the best hugs. She was deeply faithful and ready to be with Jesus. We will celebrate her with laughter and tears this weekend and look forward to reuniting one day. 🙏🏼
- Sheldon has five siblings including Sid Bream who is a famous American former professional baseball first baseman.
- In 1993, he received his Bachelor’s degree in Business and Sports Management from Liberty University.
- From 1983 to 1994, Sheldon’s brother, Sid played in Major League Baseball (MLB).
- During his ten years career, he played for Pittsburgh Pirates, Los Angeles Dodgers, Houston Astros, and Atlanta Braves.
Sheldon and Shannon’s Married Life
- Sheldon Bream and Shannon Bream first met in the early ’90s after they joined Liberty University.
- After a couple of years of being friends, they started dating in the early 1993.
- They got married on December 31, 1995, after more than two years of dating.
- As of now, the pair has completed more than 26 years of togetherness.
Does They Share Any Kids Togther?
- Even after being together for around three decades, the pair have not shared any kids together.
- However, they have a pet dog, Biscuit Bream whom they have been raising like their own child.
- They have also opened an Instagram handle for their pet, @biscuitbream.
- At the age of 24, Sheldon Bream was diagnosed with a brain tumor. His wife disclosed about his illness while talking with Fox News.
He’d had an ear problem — like a ringing in his ear — for a long time. They treated him for everything, ear infections, all kinds of stuff
- He felt ringining in his ears and did everything to cure it. But nothing worked for him!
- The doctors couldn’t find the actual cause of his ringing problems. Since it didn’t look serious, they wanted to rule out brain tumor.
- However, when the test results came, they found the reason for his problem, brain tumor!
They (Doctors) said ‘You’ve got a brain tumor. It’s about the size of a golf ball and it’s got to come out.’
- After this, he underwent a nine-hour surgery to remove his tumor.
- Following the surgery, he faced swelling of his facial nerves and also ended up with paralysis.
- Fortunately, he recovered later.
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