Dieter Rausch (Linda Tripp Husband) Bio, Age, Death, Children, Store
Dieter Rausch Biography
Dieter Rausch is an American architect who is best known as the husband of Linda Tripp, an American Civil servant known for her role in the Clinton–Lewinsky scandal of 1998.
Rausch is from a small town called Unterliederbach near Frankfurt and spent 30 years as an architect.
His wife Linda Tripp dies on April 8, 2020, at the age of 70 years old.
Dieter Rausch Age
Rausch’s date and year of birth are not yet known. His age, therefore, remains unknown.
Dieter Rausch and Linda Tripp
Rausch and Linda met when he was 9 years old when she was visiting his neighborhood. Time’s magazine reported that he was her first kiss at the age of 14 years.
After having known each other for many years, Linda and Rausch got married in the year 2004.
Dieter Rausch Children
Rusch and his wife Linda have two children. Their names are Allison Tripp and Ryan Tripp.
Dieter Rausch and Linda Tripp Store
Rausch and his wife founded a holiday gift store in Middleburg called the Christmas Sleigh. The store sells holiday items ranging from baked goods and calendars to Sugar Plum fairy figurines as well as German Christmas ornaments.
According to the store’s website, it is “America’s best 100% authentic German shop” . They also sell handmade, Austrian clothing.
“The Christmas Sleigh carries a wide variety of high quality and hand made European items. Many of our products are not as yet on our web site and we add to our inventory virtually every day.
Our frequent buying trips to Germany, Austria and Italy during the year help ensure that we can usually locate whatever it is you are looking for as long as it is still being made!”
Linda Tripp Death
Linda Tripp died on April 8, 2020, at the age of 70 years after a short battle with pancreatic cancer.
On April 7, 2020, her daughter, Allison Tripp Foley revealed on Facebook that her mother was almost dying in a post that read; “My mommy is leaving this earth. I don’t know myself if I can survive this heartache. Please pray for a painless process for the strongest woman I will ever know in my entire lifetime, Linda Rausch. Dear friends and family, please direct all questions to Thomas Foley at this time. Dieter and I are both by her bedside.”