Debbie Hass Meyer: What happened to Andy Williams’ wife?

Debbie Hass Meyer

Who is Debbie Hass Meyer?

Debbie Hass Meyer is the wife of American singer Andy Williams. Debbie Hass Meyer’s husband recorded 43 albums in his career, of which 15 have been gold-certified and three platinum-certified. Aside from that, the singer was also nominated for six Grammy Awards.

Debbie Hass Meyer: Bio Summary

Full NameDebbie Hass Meyer
famous asWife of Andy Williams
Age 67 years old as of 2023
Date of Birth1956
Place of Birth United States of America
Spouse Andy Williams (m. 1991–2012)

How old is Andy Williams’ wife?

Debbie Hass Meyer was born in 1956 in Buffalo, Minnesota, United States. She is 67 years old as of 2023. She is of American nationality and Caucasian ethnicity. She is a hotel manager but gained much of her fame because of her husband. Debbie also supports her husband’s career and his philanthropic works. She also loves spending time playing golf and sports activities in her leisure time. She also loves to accompany her husband to award ceremonies and other functions. 

How did Andy Williams and his wife Debbie Hass Meyer meet?

Debbie Hass Meyer met her husband through a mutual friend and became friend. They later too their friendship to another level and started dating and eventually got married. The two exchanged their vows on 3 May 1991 and lived in Branson, Missouri, and La Quinta, California where he is known as the “Honorary mayor. She and her husband decided not to have kids; however, her late husband had three children from his first marriage. Debbie was 30 years his junior.

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Andy has been married twice with Debbie been the second. He met his first wife Claudine Longet in Las Vegas when her car broke down and he offered to help her. They got married on 15 December 1961 and stayed together for eight years.

They had three children; Noelle, Christian and Robert. In 1970 the couple separated and they finally divorced in 1975 but they still remained friends. When Claudine was charged with shooting her boyfriend, Andy publicly supported her and even testified on her behalf. 

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Where is Andy Williams’ wife Debbie now?

After the passing of her husband, Debbie Hass Meyer has been out of the limelight. She has not made any public appearnce in recent years. She has also not been granted any interview or made any headlines recently.

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Debbie’s husband had Six Grammy nominations. 

Howard Andrew Williams recorded 43 albums of which 15 have been gold-certified and three platinum-certified. He also had six Grammy nominations. Andy’s first performance was in a children’s choir at a local Presbyterian church. He and his brothers formed the Williams Brothers quartet in late 1938, and they performed on radio in the Midwest, first at WHO in Des Moines, Iowa, and later at WLS in Chicago, and WLW in Cincinnati. 

The Williams Brothers moved to Los Angeles in 1943 and sang with Bing Crosby on his 1944 hit record “Swinging on a Star”. They appeared in four musical films: Janie (1944), Kansas City Kitty (1944), Something in the Wind (1947), and Ladies’ Man (1947). Since then the brothers’ careers became successful.

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They were signed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer to appear in Anchors Aweigh and Ziegfeld Follies (1945), but before the brothers went before the camera, their oldest brother was drafted for military service so the group’s contract was canceled. They debuted in Las Vegas in 1947 and became famous overnight. They became the highest-paid actor in the world. 

Debbie Hass Meyer’s husband ventured into another business in 1964. He became the owner of Cadence master tapes. He also ventured into politics, he campaigned for his friend Robert F. Kennedy in the 1968 Democratic presidential primary races.

Debbie Hass Meyer’s husband died of Cancer

Andy Williams was diagnosed with bladder cancer. He received chemotherapy treatment in Houston. He and his wife moved to Malibu, California to get closer to a cancer specialist in the Los Angeles area. He died on 25 September 2012 at the age of 84 at his home in Branson, Missouri. He was cremated and his ashes were sprinkled into the artificial waterway named Moon River at his theater in Branson. A memorial service for Williams was held a month later.

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