In the time, when most of the people from the countryside are relocating their home to the cities, survival expert Marty Raney in Homestead Rescue thrives in the beauty and wilderness of aloof Alaska.
Marty Raney Wife, Daughter
Marty stumbled upon the love of his life when he was exploring the wilds. He met the woman of his dreams and his now wife, Mollee Roestel. Marty's love for Alaska and the wild made the couple move to a secluded homestead in Haines, that has a dense population of Alaskan brown bears.
The couple was blessed by children very soon after their marriage. Mollee was rushed in an emergency through airplane to Whitehorse, Yukon Territory where she gave birth to their first child, Melanee. Their second and third child, Miles and Misty were born in Sitka, Alaska. Marty and Mollee decided to have their fourth child bless their life too, so their youngest son name Matthew was born in Anchorage.
Marty Raney goes on vacation with his wife Mollee Roestel at Lake Oregon on 4 July 2018 (Photo: Mollee Roestel's Instagram)
Little did the children know that, under the age of 10, they would have the opportunity to trek the full length of the dangerous Chilkoot Pass following the steps of miners in the 1898 Klondike Gold Rush, a migration to the Klondike region of Yukon. Together with his family, Marty climbed the tall Denali mountain, also known as Mount McKinley in 1986. Later on, he started being a guide for the expedition to Denali Mountain. All of Marty and Molle's children have moved forward in the path of a blissful married life and blessed them with little grandchildren.
Marty Raney Wiki, Net Worth
Now of age 62, Marty was raised and nurtured in North Bend, Washington by his parents. But, his desire for living in the wilderness made him quit school and go to Alaska at the age of 18. Marty began on his adventure to settle in Alaska back in 1974 when he was at the age of 18. He relocated to live in the logging camps of South-east Alaska. He still lives a happy life there under challenging circumstances and modern commodities.
Marty Raney is not even a bit of unhappy for his decision to live in challenging Alaska. Instead, he loves the land and beauty it holds, which can be comprehended from one of his statements where he said that some people have an adventure of a lifetime, but in Alaska, he had a lifetime of experience
Marty's desire for playing music made him the first person to play guitar on the top of Denali. He has also released songs including Alaska Tattooed Lady, Him, and the Mountains, You Never Wrote, I’ve Been Everywhere, just to name a few. The multifaceted personality has also been part of movies. Marty appeared in films like Spirit of Alaska, Surviving Denali, and Han Denali.
All credit to his hard work and dedication, he has accumulated a staggering net worth of $1 million. Besides, he enjoys an annual salary of $81 thousand from his job: Discovery Channel TV shows Homestead Rescue.