Jamin Pastore is the proud husband of “News 4 New York” anchor, Natalie Pasquarella. The couple recently welcomed their first child.
Jamin’s wife Natalie Pasquarella is a native of Steubenville, Ohio, she is the oldest of four children. The gorgeous brunette attended Kent State University and began her career on TV at WTOV-TV –where she became a news anchor, reporter and producer.
Natalie who interned at NY1 News in New York City –joined NBC 4 from WSOC-TV in Charlotte, North Carolina. While at WSOC, Pasquarella produced several in-depth investigative stories on the rise in human trafficking and the use of black-tar ******. The West Virginia Associated Press honored Pasquarella for an investigative report on *** offenders voting in public schools.
Pasquarella who in 2011 interviewed President Barack Obama, also served on the board of “A Child’s Place.
She and her husband have been married for three years and welcomed a baby boy earlier this week. The anchor and wife gave birth to Jamin James Pastore on September 27, after her water broke while live on air.
Her baby daddy, Jamin Pastore was born August 7, 1982. The Ohio native is the son of Jim Pastore and he is a former college football player.
Jamin Pastore was a four-year scholarship student/athlete on the football team at Duke University. He was inducted in the Beaver Local High School Hall of Fame in 2006. He holds many BLHS football records, in addition to receiving 1st team All-Ohio honors as a Quarterback in 2000.
He graduated with a B.A. with focus in Economics, Markets & Management, and Sociology. According to his LinkedIn, he is the President and CEO of JP Capital Management since 2013.
Prior to JP Capital, Jamin Pastore spent nearly a decade in manufacturing/recycling at JP Industrial. He was promoted to CEO of JP Industrial in 2007 and is credited with helping the company become the country’s largest PVC recycler within two years.
Congrats to the new parents!
Check out photos of Jamin Pastore on his wife’s Instagram here.