Kane Wommack Wife Melissa: Alabama DC Married Life & Kids

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Kane Wommack wife, Melissa Wommack, is active when it comes to cheering for her husband’s teams. The couple share three kids and recently celebrated their firstborn, Asher’s 10th birthday.

On X (former Twitter), Melissa Wommack has shared several posts about the South Alabama football team. From coaches to players to support staff, Melissa has shared tweets highlighting their achievements. 

The Former South Alabama  Coach Was Announced As The New DC Of Alabama On Monday
The Former South Alabama Coach Was Announced As The New DC Of Alabama On Monday (Source: Twitter)

The mother of three boys has already shared her excitement about joining the Crimson Tide family. In one of her latest tweets, she encapsulated what it is like being a part of college football.

After Nick Saban announced his retirement, the Alabama football team worked at a great speed to hire Kalen DeBoer as his replacement. DeBoer has now hired Kane as his defensive coordinator and Maurice Linguist as his co-defensive coordinator. 

Kane Wommack Wife Melissa Wommack 

Kane Wommack wife, Melissa Wommack, tied the knot on June 5, 2011. During their 12 years of marriage, the couple has lived in various states and have become parents to three boys. 

Melissa is a Hattiesburg native and the University of Southern Mississippi graduate. The Alabama defensive coordinator is likely to have met his wife at Southern Miss, with the two almost graduating at the same time.

Previously, Melissa worked at Baptist Memorial Hospital- North Mississippi. Melissa hasn’t updated her Facebook handle for the past decade but continues to share posts on her X handle. 

Recently, Melissa shared about how quickly things change in college football. Melissa wrote, “One week ago, woke up & Nick Saban was still the head coach at Alabama. 

Melissa Shares Photo From The Day Of Her Ninth Anniversary With Kane In 2020
Melissa Shares Photo From The Day Of Her Ninth Anniversary With Kane In 2020 (Source: Twitter)

Two days later, Kalen DeBoer was named head coach & held his press conference the next day. Two days later, Kane is offered the DC job & leaves Mobile the next day.” 

She further wrote that the pace of the profession doesn’t allow for goodbyes that honor what people mean to you. The coach’s wife further added how wonderful their time had been at Mobile and how dearly they will everyone in the city. 

In her tweet, Melissa thanked the South Alabama football team and said JagNation will always have a special place in her heart.

Melissa would regularly share news of the South Alabama players’ achievements or about support staff on her social media handle. So, we can certainly expect her to do the same for the Crimson Tide. 

Kane And Melissa Share Three Kids

Kane and Melissa share three kids, and all three happen to be boys. Recently, Melissa and Kane celebrated their firstborn, Asher’s birthday.

Their first child, Asher, was born on January 5, 2014. In her birthday tweet for Asher, Melissa shared a storytime of when she was pregnant with her first kid.

Melissa wrote that Kane was a GA at Ole Miss when she was pregnant with Asher. Her labor started at a Rebels basketball game that went to overtime, and the contractions were so intense by the time they left that she could barely walk to the car.

The New DC Of Alabama Pictured With His Three Boys, Asher (R), Tatum (L), And Jones
The New DC Of Alabama Pictured With His Three Boys, Asher (R), Tatum (L), And Jones (Source: Twitter)

Melissa ended her story on a cliffhanger, asking her followers to guess where Kane first went before heading to the hospital.  

The football couple’s second child, Tatum, was born on June 14, 2015, and their third child, Jones, was born on June 5, 2019. Melissa has shared several family photos of her boys on her X handle.

Last year, on Father’s Day, Melissa gave a sweet tribute to her husband. She shared three photos of Kane with his three boys, enjoying their time out and about away from the football field.

Melissa wrote, “Happy Father’s Day to Kane Wommack. I love parenting with you, and these three boys LOVE their dad. Your legacy of sacrificial love and leadership lasts! (Unlike your covid-stache …that was just a phase)”

Sriyukta Pradhananga
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