Tim Priest retires as an American journalist. Who is his replacement? Let us know more in this article.
Timothy A. Priest, aka Tim Priest, is an American lawyer, telecaster, and former football player.
He is the recent football color interpreter for the University of Tennessee’s Vol Radio Network, serving beside play-by-play interpreter Bob Kesling.
Tim has rehearsed law in Knoxville since the late 1970s. He worked as municipal court magistrate for the town of Farragut, Tennessee, from 1998 to 2005.
Tim Priest Wiki
Tim Priest has already been featured on a Wikipedia biography of his own.
At the time supervised by Doug Dickey, priest joined Tennessee’s football group in 1967, though first-year students were unqualified to play varsity before the 1970s.
Before the 1970 season, Tim was selected team leader. Tennessee’s new coach, Bill Battle, appointed 2 skillful assistants, Larry Jones and Buddy Bennett, who supported macho style of play.
Here's Tim's descent into madness as it unfolds over the series. 1:35 is the swelling "Dammit!" pic.twitter.com/ashCOKobGV
— Luke Slabaugh (@LukeSlabaugh) September 17, 2017
Tim Priest Wife and Children
Tim Priest wife name is Betsy Minnis.
Betsy is a former Vol cheerleader.
The couple tied the know of marriage together in the year 1971.
Priest and Betsy have two children together named Adam and Laura.
Tim Priest Family
Talking about his family, Tim is the son of parents Marshall and Eleanor Priest.
His mother was a degree holder at the University of Tennessee and served as a piano teacher.
He was born and brought up in Humboldt, Tennessee.
How Much Is Tim’s Net Worth & Salary?
The net worth and salary Tim have not been revealed yet.
His main source of income might be from his attorney as well as his analyst career.
"Enjoy the view up close as Mike Bobo's Vols get drilled by Bama. You'll be so close to the action, you'll be able to smell Bev's perfume." pic.twitter.com/BbvN0blGbK
— Russell Smith (@Russell___Smith) November 3, 2017
Vol Network Analyst Retirement
Priest announced that he would retire after a 22-year career.
Priest’s retirement marks the end of a 46-year part-time radio career involving University of Tennessee football.
After the retirement of Tim, Pat Ryan is chosen as his replacement.