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John Hill (Coach) Biography, Age, Height, Weight, Family, Wiki ,Net worth More

John Hill is an American nationality he is famous  Coach from the united state of America, John Hill was born on 26 November 1960 in Hampton, Virginia, the United States is an American ice hockey coach. if you want to know about his Biography, Age, Height, Weight, Family, Wiki, Net worth More then you must read this article till the end, here you will know about amazing facts about his lifestyle, we hope that this informative article will fulfill your queries.

Real Name John Hill
Nick Name Hill
Famous As Coach
Age 61Years old
Birthday 26 November 1960
Birthplace Hampton, Virginia, United States
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Ethnicity Mixed
Nationality   American
Religion Christianity
Height 5feet 7Inch
Weight 68KG
Body Measurements unknown
Bra Cup Size unknown
Eye Color  unknown
Hair Color  unknown
Shoe Size unknown
Dating unknown
spouse  unknown
Net Worth 5Million$

John Hill   height weight &  Body Measurements;

Eye color  Unknown
Hair color  Unknown
height  Unknown
shoe size  Unknown
weight  Unknown

John Hill    worth:

Net worth 5Million$
source of Incom Coach
Monthly earnings None
yearly earnings 5Million$

what is the net worth of John Hill?  Estimated net worth increases frequently increase, she has different types of ways to generate the source of the income according to news statistics of her net worth is 5Million (Approx.)

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Social Media:

Instagram  Instagram
Facebook   Facebook
Twitter   Twitter
Wikipedia Wikipedia
IMDB   IMDB
Youtube Channel  Youtube

Education   Information:

school name N, A
University N, A
Qualification N, A

John Hill   Marriage   & Relationship status:

Marital Status  Married
Marriage Date None
Girlfriend Single
wife Single
Daughter Name None
Son Name None

John Hill outline:

  • John Hill (born November 26, 1960) is a retired American ice hockey coach. Throughout his career, he worked mostly at the collegiate level for several schools over more than 20 years.

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