Stan Cadwallader

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Stan Cadwallader

Stan Cadwallader

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Who exactly is Stan Cadwallader?

In the late 1970s, Jim Nabors introduced his life partner to the world; since then, Stan has been the center of attention whenever the two have appeared together in public. They married on January 15, 2013, just a month after same-sex marriage became legal in Washington. Stan is a retired firefighter who rose to popularity through his friendship with and then marriage to Jim Nabors, one of the world’s most famous comedians.

Do you want to learn more about Stan Cadwallader, from his youth through his connection with Jim, as well as his later life? If so, stick around as we tell you everything we know about Jim Nabor’s husband, Stan Cadwallader.

Stan Cadwallader’s age, early life, and education

Stan Cadwallader was born on January 28, 1948, in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA; he has successfully kept his childhood years under a veil of secrecy until the present day; as a result, no reliable information about his childhood is available, including the names of his parents, his education, and whether or not he has any siblings. Hopefully, this type of information will become available soon.

Stan Cadwallader’s Professional Career

Stan has deftly avoided answering all-important questions about his past, including those regarding his career; all we know is that Stan was a member of the Honolulu fire department for many years before meeting Jim in the mid-’70s. Stan remained a firefighter until his retirement, but he has had a full life with his partner, Jim Nabors.

Relationship between Stan Cadwallader and Jim Nabors

They met in the mid-1970s while Jim was on holiday in Hawaii, where he had been since the 1960s. He moved to Honolulu permanently after meeting her, and he also purchased a macadamia farm on Maui, which he owned for 25 years until selling to the National Tropical Botanical Garden. To return to their relationship, they made their first public appearance together in 1978, when Jim performed “Back Home Again in Indiana” at the commencement of the Indy 500. Their love was no secret, and they married on January 15, 2013, just a month after same-sex marriage became legal in Washington State, at the Fairmont Olympic Hotel in Seattle, Washington. Jim died on November 30, 2017, at his home in Honolulu, Hawaii. They did not have any children after they married.

Stan Cadwallader’s Net worth

Stan, who is not well-known for his work, has undoubtedly made a good living as a result of his friendship with one of the greatest comedians since Jim’s death. According to reliable sources, Jim’s net worth at the time of his death was $15 million. As a result, we can notify you that Stan has inherited Jim’s fortune.

Jim Nabors, Stan Cadwallader’s husband

Now that we’ve covered everything there is to know about Stan, let’s talk about his husband and the guy who made him famous, Jim Nabors.

On June 12, 1930, in Sylacauga, Alabama, USA, he was born James Thurston Nabors, the son of Fred Nabors, a police officer, and Mavis Pear, a housewife. Annie Ruth and Freddie were his two older sisters. He grew up in his hometown and attended the University of Alabama following high school, where he began honing his humorous skills by acting in comedy sketches. Jim moved to New York City after graduation, but it took years for him to breakthrough. He eventually relocated to Los Angeles, where he landed a regular gig at The Horn, a Santa Monica tavern where he sang and was discovered by Andy Griffith while also playing in cabaret theatre.

Gomer Pyle, Andy Griffith Show, Awards

Andy Griffith brought Jim to his show and cast him as Gomer Pyle in one episode; this became Jim’s most important part in his career. After playing Gomer in one episode, he was quickly cast in the next, and he appeared in 23 episodes of “The Andy Griffith Show” over two years. His role was turned into the spin-off show “Gomer Pyle: USMC,” which aired for five years and 150 episodes, making Jim a national celebrity. Jim was made an honorary Sergeant during the ball celebrating the 238th Marine Corps birthday on November 15th, 2013, bestowed by Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. James F. Amos, after his character joined the US Marine Corps.

Furthermore, upon Jim’s death, the Marine Corps issued the following statement about Nabors: “Semper Fi, Gomer Pyle. Rest in peace, Jim Nabors, one of the few Honorary Marines ever.” Stan was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1991 for his contributions to the entertainment industry.