Mary Lynn and Johnny Majors

Mary Lynn (Johnny Majors’ Wife) Bio, Age, Children, Parents, Death, Net Worth

Mary Lynn Biography

Mary Lynn is the wife of the late Johnny Majors, an American football player, and a coach. Johnny was the coach of Pittsburgh from 1993 to 1996.

Lynn graduated from Girls Preparatory School. Later in 1957, she joined the University of Tennessee

Her husband Johnny died on June 3, 2020, at the of 85 years.

Mary Lynn Age

It is not yet known when Mary was born hence her age remains unknown.

Mary Lynn Parents

Lynn was brought up in Chattanooga. She is the daughter of a urologist and a nurse. There is no more information provided about her parents at the moment.

Mary Lynn and Johnny Majors
Mary Lynn and Johnny Majors

Mary Lynn and Johnny Majors

Lynn and Johnny met at the University of Tennessee. At the time he was working with Coach Bowden Wyatt as an assistant.

Johnny noticed Lynn in the student center and got her name from a Sigma Chi fraternity brother. He would eventually ask her out on a date and for their first date, they went to dinner at the C’est Bon restaurant.

“I never met anyone so corny in my life. He’s so charming and disarming,” Lynn said regarding Johnny during an interview with newspaper.

One and a half years later they got married on June 27, 1958. Johnny worked as the head coach of Iowa State University, University of Pittsburgh, and the University of Tennessee. He also worked as an assistant to the athletic director and chancellor at the University of Pittsburgh.

Mary Lynn Children

Lynn and her husband Johnny had two children together. A son named John Majors and a daughter named Mary Majors.

Johnny Majors Death

On June 3, 2020, coach Johnny Majors died at the age of 85 years. News of his death was confirmed by Jackie Sherrill, a longtime friend of Majors’ who worked on staff with him at Pittsburgh.

His family released a statement that read; “It’s with a sad heart that we make this announcement. John passed away this morning. He spent his last hours doing something he dearly loved: looking out over his cherished Tennessee River.”


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