Jolene Odjick was married with Gino Odjick who was a Canadian professional ice hockey left winger who played 12 seasons in the National Hockey League (NHL) from 1990 to 2002. Gino had kept his personal life under wraps and not much is known about his wife Jolene Odjick, even though they were married for many years. He wanted to keep her out of the spotlight and ensure that she could enjoy the relationship without having to worry about being photographed or judged. Despite their differences, they are recognized as having a loving and faithful relationship.
Where Is Jolene Odjick Resides?
Jolene Odjick currently lives in Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada. She holds Canadian nationality and belongs to mixed ethnicity.
Jolene Odjick Profile
|Real Name||Jolene Odjick|
|Age||50 years old (in 2023)|
|Date of Birth (DOB),|
|Famous For||Wife of Gino Odjick|
|Current Residence||Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada|
|Height/ Tall||Not Known|
|Eye Color||Light Brown|
|Shoe Size||6 (US)|
|Net Worth||Not Known|
|Parents||Father: Not Known
Mother: Not Known
|Children||Bure Odjick and
|Social Media Account|
Jolene Odjick Husband
Jolene Odjick was married with Gino Odjick who was born to Joe and Giselle in 1939 at Rapid Lake to Basil, a trapper and fishing guide. He was the fourth child and only son of six children after Debbie, Shelley, Judy and ahead of Janique and Dina.
Jolene and Gino Odjick shared two children together: Bure Odjick and Tobias Commanda-Odjick. Gino was a very private person and kept his family life private, so not many details are known about his children as well.
He was also a very successful professional ice hockey left winger, so it is likely that he wanted to keep his family life out of the public eye to protect their privacy. At the age of 52, he died from a heart attack on January 15, 2023.
Jolene Odjick Facts
- Jolene Odjick’s late husband, Gino Odjick played hockey from an early age.
- He played two seasons with the Laval Titan of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.
- He quickly became a fan-favourite, with chants of “Gino, Gino” in appreciation of him.
- He was the father of eight children and the brother of five sisters.
- His sister Dina Odjick confirmed his death.