Michelle Sixta Biography – Michelle Sixta Wiki
Michelle Sixta was the second wife of Rush Limbaugh, who died aged 70 after suffering from cancer. Rush Limbaugh met Michelle Sixta as he worked as a public relations executive for the Kansas City Royals. At the time Michelle Sixta was helping to pay her way through Central Missouri State University in Warrensburg by working as a stadium usherette. She was a graphic-arts major who came from a large South Kansas City family.
Before going to give a talk about the team one night in Sedalia, Mo., Limbaugh asked his secretary, Louise Adams, if her daughter, Suzy, another usherette who was college suitemate of Michelle, would like to drive over from Warrensburg to see him in action. She said yes. Then, on second thought, Limbaugh called back wondering if Suzy would bring Michelle. She did.
With Michelle occupying the center seat next to Limbaugh, Suzy felt like the odd woman out on the passenger side to her friend’s right. Indeed, the courtship began that evening. Michelle dated Limbaugh on weekends and they also saw each other when she drove in from campus to usher at games. They married in 1983 at the Stadium Club in front of about 50 friends and relatives.
Michelle Sixta Age
Michelle Sixta’s age is unclear. She was 10 years younger than Limbaugh.
Rush Limbaugh Wife Michelle Sixta
Michelle Sixta was married to Rush Limbaugh from 1983 until their dirvoce in 1990. They married in 1983 at the Stadium Club in front of about 50 friends and relatives. She remarried one year after splitting from Limbaugh.
Limbaugh was previously married to Roxy McNeely from 1977 to 1980. After his divorce from Michelle Sixta in 1990, he married Marta Fitzgerald, an aerobics instructor, in 1994. In 2010, he married for the fourth time, to Kathryn Elizabeth Rogers, a party planner.