Richard Ohashi Biography

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Richard Ohashi is a celebrity parent who is known for being the father of the former gymnast, Katelyn Ohashi. His daughter was the winner of the Gymnastics American Cup in 2013. 

Short Bio of Richard Ohashi 

Richard Ohashi was born in the USA, however, he isn't originally American. He is of Japanese descent. Besides, there is no single detail on his early life such as his parents, siblings, education, and so on.  

His Net Worth and Career Details

Richard Ohashi is estimated to have a net worth of around $50 thousand as of 2020. He made his worth thanks to his career as an Electrical Service Representative at South Service Center. 

Besides, his daughter Katelyn has earned a lot from her gymnast profession. She has earned an estimated net worth of around $300 thousand as of 2020. She was an athlete for the UCLA Bruins. She has been a part of the team for three years from 2016 to 2019. Richard's daughter Katelyn retired from her collegiate career on April 20, 2019.   

His Married Life and Daughter

Richard Ohashi has been in a marital relationship with the love of his life, Diana Ohashi. His partner was a former high school gymnast. There is not much detail about their love life in the media. They have been living quite a low life though they have been in the limelight for a long time. 

Richard and his partner, Diana have welcomed four kids together. They have three sons and one daughter. Their kids are Ryan, Kyle, Kalen, and Katelyn Ohashi. Katelyn is the main reason why they are so famous. Ohashi moved to Kansas City in 2006 before moving to Plano, Texas where they have been residing to date. 

Richard's youngest child, Katelyn is now 23 years old as she was born on April 12, 1997. She has been a gymnast since the late 2000s. In 2009, she became a part of the Junior Elite Level. In 2013, she became a Senior, and two years afterward, she became a Level 10 gymnast. A year later, she became part of the NCAA. 

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