Joe Sestak is officially married to his wife Susan Clark for more than two decades now. The couple together has a daughter named Alexandra Sestak who survived brain cancer twice.
Joe Sestak is an American retired U.S. Navy officer and politician. Here are some things you should know about Joe Sestak’s wife Susan Clark and their daughter.
Joe Sestak’s wife Susan Clark works in international environmental issues from Kazakhstan to Mozambique. She also worked on suicide prevention for the Veteran Administration and Department of Defense. Clark also worked as a searching team member for clues for Prisoners of War/Missing in Action.
Joe Sestak’s wife Susan Clark is an International environmentalist. Picture source: WVLT.
Susan Clark also worked in Russian relations including within the Soviet Union archives. She also doesn’t prefer that much limelight and stays a low key life.
However, her husband Joe is a famous personality as he is former 3-star Admiral and has represented Pennsylvania’s 7th congressional district in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Furthermore, Susan’s husband Joe is also the candidate for the 2020 Democratic Presidential Election. He also describes himself as a U.S. Congressman running for the president.
The couple tied their wedding knot in 1998 in a private wedding ceremony attended by family members and close friends. As of now, the couple of Susan and Joe have been married for more than 20 years.
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Furthermore, Clark and Sestak together have a daughter named Alexandra Sestak. Unfortunately, at the age of four, Joe Sestak’s daughter was diagnosed with brain cancer. Once in an interview, Joe Sestak told that during her initial diagnosis, Alexandra was given 8 percent chance to live. However, she made tremendous recovery and survived a fatal disease.
Alexandra was diagnosed with the same disease again and her cancer returned in near adulthood. As of now, she is 12 and recovering well. Joe Sestak told that throughout this year, his daughter showed how strong she is and conquering fatal disease heroically twice in life.