Elise Hauenstein came into the spotlight being the spouse of Norm Abram American carpenter, writer, and television. Her husband Norm is well-known for his work on the PBS television programs This Old House and The New Yankee Workshop.

Picture of Elise Hauenstein's husband Norm Abram
Caption: Picture of Elise Hauenstein's husband Norm Abram (Photo: Read a Biography)

Elise Hauenstein Early Life

Elise Hauenstein was brought up someplace in the United States of America. Thus, she has American nationality and is of white ethnicity. The data with respect to her date of birth, age, early life, siblings, and family isn't available.

Surely, she grew up in adoration and care of her parents. She is a qualified & educated woman who might finish her local high school and went on studying in college and university.

Elise Hauenstein & Norm Abram Children; Her Married Life

Elise Hauenstein has been living a blissful married life with her beloved husband Norm Abram. Her hubby Norm is an American carpenter, writer, and television host. Elise is the 2nd wife of Abram. Prior to married, they dated for a long period of time. In September 1999 Elise and Norm tied the wedding knot in a private ceremony held in presence of their family members, companions, and relatives.

Elise Hauenstein's husband Norm with 2 children
Caption: Elise Hauenstein's husband Norm with 2 children (Photo: Pinterest)

In their wedding dress, they look excellent together. Also, Elise and Norm became the parents of 2 children. However, they kept the identity of their kids private. In Carlisle, Massachusetts the couple lives sharing love with their children. The couple is living joyfully in their little world without any rumors of separation or controversy regarding their personal life. 

Elise Hauenstein's husband Nora Past Affairs & Relationship

Nora was married to Laura Cone prior to getting married to Elisa. However, information on when and how they got married was kept private. Nora and Laura became parents of a daughter Lindsey Abram from their married life. 

Elise Hauenstein's husband posing for picture with his friends
Caption: Elise Hauenstein's husband posing for a picture with his friends (Photo: KPBS)

Unfortunately, their married life didn't work after some time. So, they choose to get isolated from each other. They officially ended their married life with divorce. They signed a divorce paper in the year 1996.

Elise Hauenstein's Husband Abram Net Worth

Elise Hauenstein may associate with certain works however yet to unveil her professional career. The genuine figure of Elise's net worth and earnings are absent right now. However, Hauenstein shares a hefty sum of money with her husband's net worth.

Elise Hauenstein's husband posing for picture in front of a house
Caption: Elise Hauenstein's husband posing for a picture in front of a house (Photo: The Wall Street Journal)

Her husband Norm Abram's net worth is estimated at around $2.5 Million earned out of his professional career. He earned a handsome sum of money as well as fame out of his work. Elise with her husband lives a comfortable life.

Who is Elise Hauenstein's Husband?

  • Elise Hauenstein's husband's full name is Norman L. Abram born on October 3, 1949. 
  • An American carpenter, writer, and television host, Abram became popular for his work on the PBS television programs This Old House and The New Yankee Workshop.
  • He is a master carpenter who became an author then published several books and articles about the craft.
  • He was born in Woonsocket, Rhode Island but raised in Milford, Massachusetts. 
  • Also, his father was a carpenter, who taught his son many of his practical skills.

Elise Hauenstein's husband Norma working
Caption: Elise Hauenstein's husband Norma working  (Photo: This Old House)

  • At the age of 9, Norm first worked on a client's site helping his father install hardwood floors. 
  • During summer vacations in high school and college, Abram worked with his father. 
  • Initially, he studied mechanical engineering at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and became a brother of the Pi Lambda Phi fraternity.
  • Later, Norm found theoretical engineering courses to be uninteresting then switched to studying business administration.
  • He left UMass just short of a degree after realizing that he enjoyed practical hands-on work. 
  • On April 23, 2009, he received the first-ever EyeSmart Distinguished Service Award from The American Academy of Ophthalmology.