Franco Harris Net Worth, Cause of Death, Wife, Children, Age, Family

(March 7, 1950) was an American professional football player who played running back in the National Football League (NFL) for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Seattle Seahawks. He was a key player in one of professional football's most famous plays, dubbed “The Immaculate Reception” by Pittsburgh sportscaster Myron Cope.

Franco Harris Cause of Death

Franco Harris sadly died on December 21, 2022, however, his cause of death was not known. We will surely update it in due course.

According to comments from his son who gave no cause of death, Franco Harris, the Hall of Fame running back whose quick reaction gave us “The Immaculate Reception,” considered the most iconic play in NFL history, has died. He was 72. Sadly, Harris' death comes just days before the 50th anniversary of the play that essentially ignited a transformation of the Steelers, taking them from minnows to one of the mightiest teams of the era. In addition, the sad news also comes days before the Steelers are set to retire his No. 32 jersey as well.

Franco Harris Age

At the time of his death, Franco Harris was 72 years old.

Franco Harris Family

Cad Harris, his father, served in World War II and was stationed in Italy. Gina Parenti Harris, his mother, was a native Italian who became a “war bride,” moving to the United States with her husband after the war ended.

Pete Harris, a collegiate All-American football player, died of a heart attack on August 15, 2006, at the age of 49.

Franco “Dok” Harris, Harris' son, officially announced his candidacy for Mayor of Pittsburgh on July 27, 2009. On November 3, that year, he finished second in the general election, receiving 25% of the vote.

Franco Harris Wife

Is Franco Harris married? Franco Harris was married to Dana Dokmanovich. Although he was quite popular, his wife, Dana was not. Little information is actually known about her.

Franco Harris Net Worth

Franco Harris had an estimated net worth of $3 million.

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