Ruth Holdorff Bio, Husband and Life Story

Ruth Holdorff Bio, Husband and Life Story

Ruth Holdorff married to her high school sweetheart Nolan Ryan attended Alvin High School together. Ruth was a high school state tennis champion.

After graduating from Alvin High School, Ruth and Nolan decided to pursue their education at different universities. She earned a scholarship to play tennis at a prestigious college, while Nolan received a football scholarship at a different school.


Despite the distance, their love last strong, and they supported each other's dreams wholeheartedly. Ruth's talent on the tennis court continued to shine, and she became a star player for her college team, winning numerous championships and earning recognition as one of the top collegiate tennis players in the country.

During the offseason, Nolan was a regular pitcher, and Ruth often caught for him. Their sons' minor league teams were coached by Ruth Ryan for a few summers.

Ruth Holdorff husband

Ruth Holdorff is happily married with Nolan Ryan who currently resides in the Cimarron Hills community in Georgetown, Texas.


They have three children: Reid, Reese, and Wendy. Reid and Reese were both pitchers for the TCU Horned Frogs. Reid also pitched briefly in the minor leagues.

Reid was announced as president of the Houston Astros, on May 17, 2013.

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Ruth Holdorff age

Born on 10 January 1949 in Alvin, Texas, United States, Ruth Holdorff age is 74 years old, as in 2023. Couple has a son, Reid Ryan.


She also has two grand children, Jackson Ryan, Ella Ryan. Currently, Ruth is a social worker and has a net worth of $1.5 million dollars.

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Who is Reid Ryan, Ruth's son?

Reid Ryan was born on November 21, 1971 and grew up in Alvin, Texas, outside of Houston, and attended Alvin High School.

On May 17, 2013, he was introduced as the president of the Houston Astros. He currently serves as the CEO of Ryan-Sanders Baseball Inc. He owns the Round Rock Express and Corpus Christi Hooks.

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