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Walter Schumacher Bio, Wiki, Age, Family, Wife, Bee Czar, Net Worth

Walter Schumacher Biography and Wikipedia

The American native, Walter Schumacher is the owner and founder of Bee Czar. The company helps to save bees one unwanted hive at a time. Unlike many people, Walter hardly wears protective gear around bees as he is so comfortable around them. His show follows him as he rebuilds his honey business from the ground up in order to afford to be able to rescue and relocate hives.

Walter Schumacher Age

Schumacher maintains a low profile about his personal life. As such, he has not disclosed any information pertaining to his exact age or his place of birth. This information is currently under review and will be updated as soon as it has been made publicly available.

Walter Schumacher Height

Walter measures an average standing height. However, his exact weight, height, and other body measurements are currently under review and will be updated as soon as it has been made publicly available.

Walter Schumacher Family

Schumacher is a rather private person. As such, he has not disclosed any information concerning his parents, siblings, or his other relatives. This information is currently under review and will soon be updated.

Walter Schumacher Married, Wife

Walter is not married, however, he is currently involved in a romantic relationship with his partner named Tina Lee. Tina and Walter aren’t married. Moreover, he surprised his fans after stating on his Facebook page that he is a widower. In the preview of the show, he also states that he is a single dad but never mentioned being in a long-term relationship.

Walter Schumacher Photo
Walter Schumacher Photo

How Many Kids Do Bee Czar’s Walter Schumacher And Tina Lee Have?

Tina Lee shares two kids with Walter. Their elder son Bodhisattva measured a standing height of 5 feet 8 inches when he was only 12 years old in 2021. He turned 13 years old on 15 October 2021. Their younger son Odin turned 10 years old in January 2022.

For Tina, it appears Bodhi and Odin are her only children. Meanwhile, Walter Schumacher’s eldest son is William Schumacher. He was born on 7 January 1996 and turned 26 years old in 2022. Walter had him with his former partner Jamie.

Jamie had posted and tagged William in a post in May 2019 and wrote, “The one who made me a Mom.” Meanwhile, William has stated that Nina Marlow was his mother on his Facebook.

Walter Schumacher Bee Czar | Walter Schumacher Honey

Walter’s business was booming with more than $1 million in yearly sales. But after losing everything in the pandemic, Walter must rebuild his honey business from the ground up so he can afford to rescue unwanted hives for donations.

With his oldest son Will and a small but dedicated team, Walter has a plan to transform their old family farm into their new headquarters, save more bees and sell more honey than ever before.”

As Walter himself explains in the show’s trailer: “My life is a crazy adventure and on top of running this insane adventure, I’m a single dad raising two young boys.” (Walter also has another, the older son who helps him run the business.) “Nobody else can go do the s–t I do because half of them are too afraid.”

“While most people would find the best way to do it, he finds the weirdest way to do it,” his youngest son says of him.

“He does [have] a special thing with bees,” one of his employees says in the trailer. “But he’s also crazy.”

Regardless, Walter is determined in the mission of his company.

“We’re not just saving bees — we’re saving the world too,” he says.

Walter Schumacher’s Net Worth

Walter has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million dollars as of 2022.

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The American native, Walter Schumacher is the owner and founder of Bee Czar. The company helps to save bees one unwanted hive at a time.

The American native, Walter Schumacher is the owner and founder of Bee Czar. The company helps to save bees one unwanted hive at a time.