Jewel Tankard Biography
An example for all the ladies is Jewel Tankard who is a businesswoman, author, evangelist and pastor. The multi-talented lady was born into a family of entrepreneurs from her parents, Earthel and June LaGreen. She was born in Detroit, MI on 23rd May 1974. She is mainly famous for being the reality personality for the show “Thicker Than Water”. She is also a furious advocate for the personal development and financial empowerment. She also became the host of her own nationally syndicated show called the Jewel Tankard Show.
Tankard is blessed with a happy family of five children (Marcus, Brooklyn, Britney, Benji, and Cyrene) and her husband, a gospel jazz artist Ben Tankard. The couple tied the knot on 27th January 2000. From the very day they have been together living a blissful life. She was previously married to another man with whom she had one child.
The black beauty holds American nationality and she is of African-American ethnicity. She is at her age of 42 years and she still looks young having a fit and fine body. The hard working and brilliant lady are active on social networking sites including Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. She does have a large number of fans following. With an amazing figure of salary, Tankard has a net worth of $ 5 million.Edit
Born in Detroit, MI
The multi-talented lady (businesswoman, author, evangelist and pastor), Jewel Tankard was born into a family of entrepreneurs from her parents, Earthel and June LaGreen. She was born in Detroit, MI on 23rd May 1974. She was born as Jewel LaGreen.Edit
Jewel LaGreen married her husband, a gospel jazz artist Ben Tankard and became Jewel Tankard. The couple tied the knot on 27th January 2000. The couple together has five children- Marcus Tankard, Brooklyn Tankard, Britney Tankard, Benji Tankard, and Cyrene Tankard.Edit
The series was started- Thicker Than Water
Thicker Than Water is an American reality series, which first released on Television in November 2013. That was the first when Jewel Tankard first appeared in the show. She also became the host of her own nationally syndicated show called the Jewel Tankard ShowEdit