Mollee Roestel (born January 31, 1957) is the wife of Marty Raney. Her husband, Marty Raney is an American actor, builder, author, mountain climber, survivalist, musician, and songwriter. Marty gained public recognition for the Nat Geo Wild show, Homestead Rescue.
One of the easiest ways of gaining fame is marrying a popular figure, which Mollee Roestel did. Though she is steadily carving a niche in showbiz, she still leverages her husband’s fame to do so.
How Old Mollee Roestel?
Mollee Roestel is 66 years old. She was born on January 31, 1957, in Washington, United States. Based on her place of birth, she is an American citizen and belongs to the white ethnicity. The TV presenter was born under the Aquarius zodiac sign.
She was born to Beverly Watkins and Lorel Wayne Roestel. Her father served in the U.S. army but died at the age of 95. His funeral was held in 2020 at a Jehovah’s Witness Kingdom Hall. What her mother did for a living was not disclosed, but she died in 2014 at 84 years old.
Mollee Roestel spent her childhood in Snoqualmie Valley before moving with her parents to Spokane in 2013, following her employment. She grew up alongside her six siblings, including four brothers and two sisters. Her brothers Larry, Garry, J. Terry, and David Roestel live off the spotlight. Like her brothers, her sisters Sheryl Ripley and Pam Hillemann live away from the spotlight.
Despite the fame that Mollee Roestel has gained, she has sheltered some information about herself. Based on this, there are no details of the schools she attended for her basic and high school education. It is also not known if she earned a degree, as there are no available details of her university education.
When Did Mollee Roestel Become Marty Raney’s Wife?
Though there are no details of when Mollee Roestel and Marty Raney met, but it was disclosed that they met in the wilderness. They began dating after a while and got married in 1974 in Washington. The lovers exchanged their vows in the presence of their family and friends.
After their marriage, they moved back to their homestead in Hainess, where they raised their family. The duo has lived together for 49 years in their home in Haines, which bears mostly populate. They have since relocated to the Wasilla Area.
Mollee Roestel’s Husband Is a Mountain Climber
Mollee Roestel’s husband, Marty Raney, was born in the United States on July 28, 1956, but grew up in North Bend, Washington. He is an actor, builder, author, mountain climber, survivalist, musician, and songwriter. After he relocated to the Wasilla area, he began exploring mountains and eventually climbed Denali Mountain.
He mastered the act of mountain climbing and survival techniques, which he uses in leading groups that want to climb mountains. With his mountain climbing experience, he has appeared in several movies, mainly as a mountain climber. Some of his films include Spirit of Alaska, Climb Against All Odds, The Ultimate Survival Alaska Series, and many others.
Marty Raney became famous after appearing in the Nat Geo Wild show Homestead Rescue, which began airing in 2016. He is also the owner of Alaska Stones and Log Company.
Do Mollee and Marty Work Together?
Mollee Roestel and Marty Raney work together on their Nat Geo Wild TV show, Homestead Rescue. Though her husband is the main character in the series and makes the most appearances, Mollee has also appeared in some TV show episodes.
Though Mollee Roestel is known to be a TV presenter, there are no details of her work profile. However, with time, she might become more open-handed with the details of her work.
Meet Mollee and Marty’s Children
Mollee Roestel and Mart Raney’s marriage of over 45 years has been graced with four children, two boys, and two girls. They have also been able to hold the title of grandparents after welcoming five grandchildren. Here is all to know about the couple’s children.
Malanee is the first child and daughter of the couple, born on October 16, 1976, in Whitehorse, Yokun, Northern Canada. At the time of her birth, her mother had developed complications and was airlifted to Northern Canada. This made her the couple’s only child to be born outside Alaska.
Though much is not known about her education, it was revealed that she explored the mountains just like her parents. She has climbed and explored Denali. Malenee has also served as a skiing and rafting guide and is notable for guiding former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor in Alaska.
Unlike her two siblings, who appear on Homestead Rescue, Malenee refuses to be on the TV show because she doesn’t own a TV and does not wish to be on one. She is married to a fish biologist and guide, Ari Stassny, whom she met at Cornbiscuit Mountain. The duo welcomed three children: Mia, Taz, and Col. Dov.
Miles is the second child of Mollee and Marty, born in 1978 in Sitka, Alaska. Just like every other member of the family, he has also explored the Denali mountains. He is a musician, songwriter, avid traveler, and adventurer. The traveler takes to his social media handles to share pictures of the places he has visited, like Gabon, Mongolia, and others.
He has starred alongside his father on some on-screen projects as a mountain guide. Some of these on-screen projects include Surviving Denali, Han Denali, and Spirit of Alaska.
Misty is the third child of the couple, born on November 9, 1979, in Alaska. She is a TV personality, farmer, and hunter. She is the first child of the couple to appear on the Homestead Rescue and is much involved in the family’s business.
Misty has built predator-proof enclosures and greenhouses on the show. The TV presenter has also appeared on other shows like Climb Against The Odds, Alaska: Spirit of The Wild, Ultimate Survival Alaska, and many others. She is married to Macaih Bilodeau, with whom she built their own homestead in Hatcher Pass, Alaska. The duo are parents to a son, Gauge Bilodeau.
Matt Raney is the last child of Mollee Roestel and Marty Raney, born on July 1982 in Alaska. He is a mechanic and the only son of the couple that appears on Homestead Rescue. The mechanic is the heir to their family’s business, Alaska Stones and Log Company.
Prior to starring in Homestead Rescue, he served in the United States Military and worked as an Associate Producer at Pilgrims Production. He is married to Kattie Raney and has a son with her named Indy Raney.