Fox Sports hottie Angie Mentink is married to Dr.Jarrett Mentink and have two sons together

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Everyone wish to marry their high school sweetheart don’t they? Spend their entire life and share good memories?  Yes, and lucky are those who actually prove their love by going through rough patches and still manage to stay together and strong.  We provide you the perfect example of this saying Angie Mentink and Jarret Mentink who are married since a long time and have children.

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Angie Mentink and Jarret Mentink have shared an almost decade of their life and are happy with each other. They are blessed with two sons. We can hardly find any news of them being in conflict or arguments. This family of four are blessed with everything whether it's about love, health, career success, or finance stability.

Angie Mentink with her sons

Angie has got everything one wants from their husband. Angie's success credit somehow goes to her husband Jarret as he has played his role very well. Jarret has always become a supportive, caring and loyal life partner for Angie.  Not only the career success the credit for Angie's incredible enthusiasm and gorgeous  looks also goes to Jarret as he takes good care of his children too.  



Angie Mentink talking baseball with @mariners Manager Scott Servais & General Manager Jerry Dipoto. Great time at #marinersFF

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Moreover, Angie Mentink and Jarret Mentink have many same interests. They both tend to live a fit and healthy life. This couple invests their quality time along with their children. They teach their children to throw like Mommy and shoot like Daddy.


Angie Mentink is definitely the hottie who has come way up from where she started. She is a very hard-working and capable Root Sports featured personalities who do live events and programs. She is an Emmy Award winner reporter and anchor who formerly softball player. Jarrett Mentink is also a talented person who was a former Assistant Basketball Coach for Seattle Pacific University and now a professor and children book writer.