She has 3 step-children: Mike Norris, Eric Norris, and Dena Di Ciolli.
Gena married Chuck Norris in November 1998. Chuck was 58 and Gena was 30.
Gena is on the Dallas Advisory for the Dallas Kickathon.
Gena says she never knew about Chuck Norris until she met him.
Gena's brother-in-law, Wiland Norris, died in the Vietnam War.
Gena appeared on Praise The Lord on May 3, 2006 with her husband to talk about the National Council On Bible Curriculum In Public Schools' efforts to assist public school districts in implementing elective academic courses on the Bible in their classrooms.
Gena appeared with her husband (Chuck Norris) on Praise The Lord.
Gena in Chuck Norris's second (and current) wife.
Including step-kids, Gena has 7 children.
Gena does a lot of work alongside her husband, Chuck Norris.
Gena had her twins (Danilee and Dakota) one month early.
Gena is a Christian.
Gena Norris's brother-in-law is Aaron Norris.
Gena has blue eyes.
Gena has blonde hair.
Gena is sometimes credited as Gena O'Kelley Norris.
She has four children: Tim and Kelly, and, from her second husband, twins Dakota and Danilee.
She is the spouse of Chuck Norris.
Gena: (on meeting Chuck Norris) I didn't know what Walker was. But after we had a chance to talk and get to know each other, there was something in his eyes, something in his eyes that really attracted me to him. It was almost like I could see into his soul. I could just tell that he was a tender, kind person, somebody that I'd like to get to know a little bit better, a man of integrity.
Gena: I committed my life to Christ at the age of 26. Actually our backgrounds are very similar because I was raised in a Baptist upbringing and I loved Jesus with all my heart, but I completely drifted. Then at the age of 26, I had a really radical conversion. I don't know how to explain it any other way. I was just so excited.
Gena: (on her and Chuck and the Holy Spirit) We did things that were definitely wrong. When you have the Holy Spirit reigning inside of you, you can't run. You cannot run. I mean, there's always that conviction.
(In an interview)
Scott Ross: Did you say, 'We're violating our own principles and standards and ethics'?
Gena: We did. And what kind of an example are we setting for our children or our grandchildren and to other people who maybe are thinking about a walk with the Lord but they're like, 'If they're doing this, then how can it be real'? All those sort of things start really weighing on you.