David Peevyhouse

David Peevyhouse

David Peevyhouse is an active American real estate agent who has been on the market for an extended period. At 59, he lives in Oklahoma City, OK as a single person without children living in his household and earns $50-74K annually from working.

Professional Career

David Peevyhouse has played in 205 career games. This season alone, he started 50 games while hitting.287 to earn All Pac-12 honors. Additionally, he hit 20 homers and 100 RBI for Arizona Baseball; former ASU outfielder Cory Hahn picked him as their 34th round draft selection and first “Cory Hahn Pick.” Hahn suffered paralyzing injury sliding into second base as an Arizona freshman; currently works as a scout for them.

Personal Life

David Peevyhouse was born and resides in Oklahoma City, OK. He is an author who has published several children’s books. Additionally, he enjoys music performance at numerous concerts while reading and watching movies are among his other hobbies. Furthermore, spending time with family and friends remains his main priority as does taking on new challenges with enthusiasm!

Gentry Thomas Peevyhouse passed away peacefully on September 21, 2022 in Charlevoix, Michigan after many years living in Gilbert and Scottsdale in Arizona before making the move to Charlevoix where he owned Saguaro Drywall. A dedicated father and husband, Gentry taught his children the value of hard work while enjoying spending time with his grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Net Worth

Portnoy amassed his fortune through his sports blog, Barstool Sports. Launching it in 2003 and turning it into an industry leading digital platform has brought in millions of dollars for him.

Born and raised in Swampscott, Massachusetts, Portnoy moved to Boston after college to work for an IT market research firm before eventually founding Barstool Sports as his own venture.

In 2016, he sold his majority stake to The Chernin Group for $163 million. A few months later, Penn Gaming purchased 36% for another $163 million payment.

Penn Gaming purchased his entire company for $550 million in August 2022 and held onto one third as convertible preferred stock, so we estimate his net worth to be approximately $100 Million.

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