Brenda Warner Is Kurt Warner’s Wife

January 19, 2009

Meet Brenda Warner, a United States Marine Corps veteran who is married to Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner. Brenda is said to be the driving force behind her husband’s exceptional performance on the field recently which contributed to the Cardinals’ first opportunity to play in the Super Bowl. See photos, video and a biography of Brenda Warner here.

Brenda Warner

Brenda has been with her husband through the rough patches that he had to hit before making it big in NFL. After the 32-25 win over the Eagles, the first thing Kurt asked for was about his wife, who was making her way towards him through a jubilant crowd. Certainly, she was more important to him than the N.F.C. championship trophy.

“She’s been one of the few people that’s been with me from the beginning,” Warner said. “We were just telling each other that we loved each other. This is unbelievable and there’s no one I’d rather share it with.”

As a biography, Brenda Warner is from Iowa and was born in 1968 so her age is 40. She has been a cheerleader, a nurse and a Marine in her life. She met Kurt while he was working as a bag-boy at the local Hy-Vee store after hitting tough times in his career. Brenda was a divorcee at that time and had two children, son Zachary and daughter Jesse, from her previous marriage.

Kurt and Brenda got married on October 11th, 1997. They now have their own five children and are active born-again Christians.

“The first night we met, after we danced that night, I told him, ‘I just want you to know I am a divorced mother of two, so if I never hear from you again, I will understand.’ That’s the way it usually worked. The next morning, he showed up with a rose and wanted to meet the kids. He fell in love with the kids a lot sooner than he fell in love with me,” says Brenda in a recent interview.

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6 Responses to “Brenda Warner Is Kurt Warner’s Wife”

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    Jeanne Botwright Says:

    For Brenda Warner: I was thrilled to read you are a former Womna Marine. I wish to invitw you t join the women Marins Association. My name is Jeanne Botwright and I am the President of the AZ-1 Chapter of The Women Marines Associatin. We would be honored to have you as a member or a guest at one of our meetings. We are celebrating the 66th Anniversary of the Women Reserves (the WWII women Marines). Please respond, at least with information about your Marine Corps Service.

    Thank you very much and Semper Fidelis. Jeanne

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    Dan Rotner Says:

    Brenda and Kurt,

    May God continue to bless you both. If ever you need prayer support, the Rotner support team is huge. You both are a great inspiration for all of us. Unfortunately, we need reminders from time to time.

    Thank you,
    Just another sinner aspiring to be better


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    Lu Melton Says:

    Your beginning and lifestories are truly inspirational and with the Lord’s help show you both are determined to have a good life for your family. I’m glad a friend sent me an e-mail about your “chance-meeting” in a grocery store.. Sincerely,
    Lu Melton
    New Orleans

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    Zack Says:

    Love you guys as a couple and as individuals. Stay Strong and Hang Tough. You have a beautiful family and the love for each other shines through.
    I hope the Cards win this year!

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    E.Umana Says:

    I’m sort of disappointed that the cardinals didn’t win, Being from Saint Louis and Kurt, being a former Saint Louis Rams player has gone

    on to make his way back to the Superbowl its still incredible and Kurt is still a class act in my book.

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    Ron Boden Says:

    Kurt I have been a big fan of your since the Rams. I have always been for the team you were on.I always said they should have fired Mike Marsh and kept you. That super bowl game was very exsideing game. All the super bowl games you played in have came down to the las play of the game. I hear sport commatators refer to You all the time. I know you will be a hall of famer some day. I also think you would be a very good coach. What ever you decide to do I want to wish you and your family the best of luck.