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LaVerne Tripp: Family, Wife, Age, & Net Worth

LaVerne Tripp is a renowned gospel singer who has traveled across the USA, preaching the tales of Jesus. Initially, Tripp was part of the Palmetto State Quartet. But later, he left there and joined the famous southern gospel group, Blue Ridge Quartet, as its lead singer.

Tripp performed with them until the group was disbanded and gave many number one songs on the Singing News Chart. “He set me free” and ” Never grow old” are other hit songs that Tripp sang.

Even after the group disbanded, Tripp continued his journey as a gospel. However, this time it was with his family. Tripp traveled from place to place, singing his songs with his wife, Edith Tripp, and his two sons, Robb and Terry.

Besides traveling to places as a gospel singer, Tripp also hosted the show Born To Be Free on Cornerstone TV.

He and his late wife served as hosts on the Trinity Broadcasting Network for over two and a half decades.

Currently, the Tripp family resides in Gallatin, Tennessee, where they have the LaVerne Tripp Ministries. The Tripp couple looks after the ministries. They also have been raising 100 children in Vijayawada, India.

Tripp is not the only one serving God through his songs. Even his children followed the path that he has shown them. His elder son Robb was a singer and the pastor of The Fire Place Fellowship.

Likewise, his younger son Terry is also a former singer, speaker, and author. Both of his sons have devoted their lives to serving God as their parents.

Even after all these years, his love for the gospel has not changed. Despite his old age, he still travels and spreads the words of gods.

Laverne is living a good life with his son, six grandchildren, and many great-grandchildren.

Biography Summary (Age, Ethnicity, & Bio)

Popular NameLaVerne Tripp
Real NameLaVerne Tripp
Date of birthApril 11, 1944
Age78 years old
Place of birthChocowinity, North Carolina
FatherNot disclosed
MotherNot disclosed
SiblingsNot disclosed
StatusMarried
SpouseEdith Tripp
ChildrenTwo
SonsRobb Tripp
Terry Tripp
OccupationFormer gospel singer and host
Net worth950 Thousand USD
NationalityAmerican
EthnicityWhite Caucasian
ReligionChristianity
ZodiacTaurus
Education Holmes College of the Bible
HeightUnknown
WeightUnknown
MeasurementUnknown
Hair colorBlond
Eye colorBlue
ComplexionFair
FacebookLaVerneTrippMinistries
Websitelavernetripp.com

How old is LaVerne Tripp?

LaVerne Tripp is currently 78 years old. He was born on April 04, 1944 in Chocowinity, North Carolina.

Laverne Tripp’s Wife, Children, and Family 

Laverne’s wife’s name was Edith and his sons are Robb and Terry.

From the beginning, his wife shared the same love for God and music that Tripp had.

Because of the couple, their sons are also firm believers and great singers.

Laverne Tripp’s Wife Edith Trip Death

Edith Tripp passed away on February 17, 2022 at the age of 77.

She used to travel with him across America, singing the songs of gods with him. She was the road buddy of her husband whenever he decided to visit any church or ministry across the city or the state. 

Edith was also the partner of her husband in all of his duets. The couple sang melodiously and had many great songs to their name.

She was born February 12, 1945, in Easley, SC to Clayton Rhodes and Maudia (Hinton) Crane. She grew up there with her sister, Janice McQueen, Earlene Tompkins, Mary Sloan, and Narvis Hart.

Laverne Tripp’s Son Robb Tripp’s Death

Laverne’s elder son Robb Tripp passed away on December 09, 2022.

From an early age, he used to sing with his family during their trip.

Later, he too followed the footsteps of his parents and became a pastor. He was serving as the senior pastor of the church, The Fire Place Fellowship. 

Despite his death, his wife Shanda is still a pastor in the same church. Robb and Shanda took great pride in their church. The couple has three children. They have two daughters Madison Moses (Jarod) and Hannah, and a son Lawson.

Second Son Terry

Like Robb, Laverne’s second son Terry is also following in his footsteps. During his adult life, Terry was into rock music and used to perform songs with his family. But as he grew up, he started connecting more and more to the almighty. 

He started reaching out to people and led them towards Jesus. He even turned into a motivational speaker and has the motivational segment Empowerment Minute broadcasted on more than ten networks.

He also published many books for those who are struggling in life. God, Googling, and Grandma, Elevation are some of his best sellers.

Like his father, late mother, and late elder brother, Terry also has a peaceful life serving God. His wife, Kim, and daughters, Rose Lewis (Anthony), Isabella, and Lacey Neustaedter (Nic), also share the same faith in God as him.

LaVerne Tripp’s Net Worth

LaVerne has spent most of his life traveling from place to place with his family. He has performed on many occasions and even recorded many successful songs.

All these created an opportunity for him to earn a great deal of fame and fortune. The gospel singer has a net worth of 950 thousand USD from his successful career.

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His Early Life and Blue Ridge Quartet Career

He started singing in front of the crowd when he was just two and a half years old, From then, his desire to sing never waned.

When he was a student, he used to sing at local churches and sang with religious musical groups such as Rangers Quartet, Sierras, Jubilee Quartet, and Palmetto State Quartet.

In 1969, he joined the Blue Ridge Quartet as their lead singer. With his songwriting and singing skill, Blue Ridge Quartet gospel group became quite popular. Three of his songs became the number one gospel song:

  • “I Know”,
  • “That Day Is Almost Here”, and
  • “After Calvary”

Record sales and concert tickets used to get sold abundantly. He also won the male vocalist of the year in the Christian Music Industry. His song “I Know” was voted the song of the year.

He was nominated for the Dove Award eight times.

The five years (1969-1974), Blue Ridge Quartet saw its popularity going through the roof, thanks to the introduction of Laverne. He left the group in 1974 and became an evangelist.

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