Terri Clark files for divorce
Friday, February 16, 2007
– Terri Clark and husband Greg Kaczor filed for divorce Friday, February 16th at Nashville's Davidson County Courthouse. A press release from Clark's label, RCA, said, "It is an amicable parting and uncontested."
"This is very sad," the singer said. "Greg is one of my dearest friends and a wonderful person, and we are sorry that we're here. This is an amicable spilt, and we appreciate everyone's concern and respect for our sorting this out. No big drama...just a couple heavy hearts. Anyone who's ever been here, I am sure, understands."
The pair has known each other 10 years; Kaczor worked as tour manager in Clark's organization. He is leaving that post.
The statement said, "This is a private matter and please be respectful during this personal and challenging time. This will be the only statement, and both parties ask for their privacy to be observed in this matter."
This is the second marriage for the Canadian singer. She signed with RCA after spending the rest of her career with Mercury.
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