Ed Hochuli Net Worth
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Ed Hochuli Wiki Biography
Edward G. Hochuli, the American lawyer and football player and referee, was born on 25 December 1950 to Walter and Mary Hochuli as the second child of six, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin USA. He is of Caucasian ethnicity and is particularly famous as the celebrity referee in National Football League(NFL), and a noted lawyer, from which a major portion of his net worth comes from.
So can you have any guesses about how rich Ed Hochuli is? According to sources, his net worth is somewhere near $5 million as of early 2016, which has been accumulated primarily from his huge salaries as a referee and the earnings from his law firm.
Ed Hochuli Net Worth $5 Million
Ed Hochuli grew up in Tuscon, Arizona to where his family moved when he was eight. He attended Canyon Del Oro High School and then the University of Texas at El Paso for his bachelors degree. He played football in both the school and college teams and showed his remarkable skills in them, earning all-state honours. After taking the Bachelor of Arts degree,he also studied law at the University of Arizona and became a trial lawyer. Ed started umpiring high school level football matches to earn some extra bucks, and worked for many school and college teams ’til the 1980s. He founded a law firm Jones, Skelton and Hochuli in 1983, and started his career as an attorney.
In 1989 he applied for a post in the National Football League (NFL) and was hired by them as a back – now field – judge in 1990. Here he got a chance to work under the famous referee Howard Roe. He performed so well that in 1992 he was promoted to the referee post by the league. Since then he has refereed many play-offs and championship games including two Super Bowls, and has become one of the most popular referees in the American Football history, receiving a fat salary of $149,000 per year which adds considerably to his net worth. He is also famous for his style of explaining the rules to the players on the football field. He is very lucid and concise while doing so, and spectators all over are huge fans of his style.
He has strong and large biceps and was therefore nicknamed ‘Hochules’ as a combination of Hochuli and Hercules. He has received many awards and accolades for his prolonged services in the fields of football and law. He was named the Best Lawyer in America Since 2003, Southwest Super Lawyer in 2007 and was listed in Top Hundred Lawyers in Arizona in 2015.
As a referee he was talked about on the Top Ten list by David Letterman in his famous talk show in 2002. He was chronicled on the NFL Network program ‘Six Days To Sunday’ during 2005. He also appeared on the front page of October 2012 issue of Sports Illustrated.
Ed has also launched his own clothing line, which sells merchandise online and is extremely popular.
In his personal life, Ed is married to Cathie, and they have six children including son Shawn Hochuli also works as side judge and referee, as with his father. Another son Scott Hochuli runs a construction company. Two other sons Daniel and Peter work as town attorney and judge at Juvenile Court respectively. His assets include a huge luxurious villa with all high tech amenities in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area in Arizona where he presently lives with his family and enjoys his net worth with them.
|Full Name||Ed Hochuli|
|Net Worth||$5 Million|
|Date Of Birth||December 25, 1950|
|Place Of Birth||Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States|
|Profession||LawyerAmerican Football OfficialAmerican football playerReferee|
|Education||University of Texas at El Paso, Canyon del Oro High School, University of Arizona|
|Nationality||United States of America|
|Siblings||Chip Hochuli, Chillin' amongst the Party, Useless Muse, Four Nice Haircuts and Then We End It|
|The Cleveland Show||2011||TV Series||Minister|
|60 Minutes Sports||2013||TV Series documentary||Himself - NFL Referee (segment "The Stars in Stripes")|
|Super Bowl XXXVIII||2004||TV Special||Himself - Referee|
|Super Bowl XXXII||1998||TV Movie||Himself - Referee|
|Mike & Mike||2016||TV Series||Himself - NFL Referee|