Ed Hochuli Net Worth

Ed Hochuli Net Worth : $6 Million

Profile

A Football Official in the National Football League and Attorney for the Firm of Skelton & Hochuli, P.L.C., Jones

Ed Hochuli Annual Income

$149,000

Nationality

American

Source of Wealth

National Football League

Years of Experience

22 Years

Date of Birth

December 25, 1950

Education

Juris Doctor from University of Arizona Law School & Bachelor of Arts with honors from UTEP

Marital Status

Married

Children

6

Ed Hochuli’s Income & Net Worth

Ed Hochuli is a football official at National Football League and attorney for the firm of Jones, Skelton & Hochuli, P.L.C, and owns a net worth of $6 million. He was born on December 25, 1950 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In 1990, Hochuli started working as a referee. He has worked as referee in several championships, and two Super Bowls. He has been voted as the best referee with 8 votes in a poll conducted by ESPN among head coaches of NFL.  Ed Hochuli’s annual salary is $149,000.

Business Investments

Ed Hochuli runs his own line of clothing (merchandise). Since 1983, he is the partner/trial lawyer at the firm of Jones, Skelton & Hochuli, and P.L.C.

Private Fortunes

Ed lives at a luxurious house with all the lavish facilities at the Phoenix Metropolitan Area, in the state of Arizona.

Ed’s Ventures

Ed Hochuli has worked for various national and international championships, and two Super Bowls. Since 1990, he worked at various seasons of National Football League, both as a back judge and field judge. His first game was at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin. He also participated in the World League of American Football. He also supervised the crew for Super Bowl XXXII and Super Bowl XXXVIII.

Ed is also a part of NFL Network show, called ‘Six Days to Sunday’.

Career

Ed Hochuli took a law degree from the University of Arizona. Initially he officiated as Pop Warner football games, in order to earn additional income as a law student. He also worked as a baseball umpire for some time. Then he shifted to football games and worked as a line judge for ‘Big Sky Conference’ and ‘Pacific-10 Conference’.