Dianne Bock (Late David Stern’s Wife ) Bio, Age, Husband Death, Family, Children and Net Worth

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Dianne Bock and Late Husband David Stern Photo
Dianne Bock and Late Husband David Stern Photo

Dianne Bock Biography

Dianne Bock Stern is an American celebrity spouse well known as the wife of the late David Stern, An American lawyer and business executive. Her husband also served as the commissioner of the National Basketball Association from 1984 to 2014.

Dianne Bock Age

Dianne is 83 years old as of 2024. She was born in 1941 in the United States of America. However, information regarding when she celebrates her birthday is currently under review. READ: Bernadette Moley 

Dianne Stern Nationality and Ethnicity

Bock holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. She was born and raised in the United States. She belongs to the White-American ethnicity/heritage/ancestry.

Dianne Bock Height

Bock stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.68 m) and maintains a body weight of 127.87 lbs (58 kg).

Dianne Bock Family

Dianne was born and raised in the United States by her parents. However, information regarding her family members including her father, mother and siblings is currently under review.

Dianne Bock Husband

Dianne was married to her late husband David Stern. The couple got married through a private ceremony on November 27, 1963. She got married at the age of 22 years while her husband David was 21 years.

Dianne Bock Children

Dianne is a proud mother of two sons, Eric Stern and Andrew Stern. More details regarding her children will be updated once confirmed. READ: Rachel Menitoff 

Dianne Bock Net Worth

Dianne is an American businesswoman and celebrity spouse with an estimated net worth of $10 million.

Dianne Bock David Stern’s Death

On December 12, 2019, Stern experienced a brain hemorrhage and underwent urgent surgery. He passed away in Manhattan on January 1, 2020, at the age of 77. In honor of Stern, throughout the remainder of the 2019–20 season, all NBA teams adorned black bands on their jerseys. Numerous basketball icons and players expressed sorrow at his passing, among them LeBron James, Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, and Kobe Bryant, who tragically also passed away twenty-five days after Stern.

On October 25, 2012, Stern revealed his decision to resign from his position as NBA commissioner, effective February 1, 2014, marking a tenure of 30 years, surpassing the terms of his three predecessors. Adam Silver, his deputy, succeeded him, while Stern retained an affiliation with the league as commissioner emeritus.

Stern was honored with the Olympic Order in 2012 and was later inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2014. His contributions to the sport were further recognized when he became a member of the FIBA Hall of Fame in 2016.