Katie Pavlich Parents are Paul J Pavlich and Peggy Pavlich. Katie father is an American and her mother belongs to Croatia and is of German Descent.
Katie spent her childhood rafting the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon and going big game hunting with her father.
In her free time, she likes to travel, hang out with friends, family, and the outdoors, and with her husband and dog Gadsden.
She participated in the Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, D.C. in 2019.
Katie Pavlich Parents Are From Northern Arizona
Katie Pavlich was born to her parents Paul J And Peggy Pavlich.
Katie also has a younger brother who recently married in The Grand Canyon.
It was a special ceremony attended by a small group of friends and family. She wore a lovely flowy peach gown, turquoise earrings, and a hairpin in the back.
Her new sister-in-law was dressed in a lovely A-line bridal embroidered gown.
Although she never talks about her family on social media, she did a post about her brother's wedding. Her fans were overjoyed to get a glimpse into her family life.
She grew up in northern Arizona's mountainous areas, where she became interested in outdoor activities such as river rafting and hunting. She played basketball and volleyball while attending Sinagua High School in Flagstaff, where she received her diploma.
Katie Pavlich Husband Gavy Friedson
Katie Pavlich has been married to Gavy Friedson since 2017. Katie wed her Israeli boyfriend, Gavy, in a private ceremony on July 5.
The couple has been married for over five years and frequently appears together on Instagram.
He volunteers for United Hatzalah, a medical service organization based in Jerusalem.
In addition, he served as the global ambassador for Israel and the director of global emergency management. He was a media associate for Set Public Relations in Tel Aviv previously.
He belonged to the Israeli Defense Forces as well. He enlisted in the military in June 2007 as an infantryman and advanced through the ranks to hold the spokesperson position until July 2010.
Throughout his years as a first responder, he has arrived first as a medic at a number of terrorist attacks. He spent most of his life volunteering with Israel's rescue organizations before moving back to the United States in 2017 to aid in expanding United Rescue's international cooperation operations.
He is in charge of assisting with the identification of new locations and emergency programs.
He served in the IDF Spokesperson's Unit after serving in the prestigious Nahal Infantry Brigade.
He graduated from Tel Aviv University with an M.A. in Public Health with a concentration in Emergency and Disaster Management, and Reichman University awarded him a B.A. in Communications.