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Tad Starsiak Is Getting Married Soon!

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Tad Starsiak of the popular HGTV show Good Bones is not married yet but intends to take the next step in his relationship.

Recently, the general contractor had some excellent news to share with his fans regarding his love life and commitment.

Got Engaged to His Girlfriend

The star of the show Good Bones made the announcement of his engagement on his Instagram account in June 2023. Starsiak and his girlfriend, Anna Spiars, believed that they were ready to get married.

So, the TV personality asked Spiars, the love of his life and his best friend, to marry him and thanked her for being the greatest blessing in his life.

Tad Starsiak’s Fiance Anna Spiars [Photo: Instagram]

Additionally, Starsiak shared that apart from their engagement, he and Spiars have renovated their dream home in Bates Hendricks and planned to move in soon.

Spiars revealed Stariak for the first time on her Instagram in September 2022, and the couple celebrated their anniversary in May 2023. However, it is not known how long the adorable duo has been together.

Nevertheless, the amazing couple seem madly in love with one another and content in their lives. The duo is yet to reveal when they are going to get married.

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His Fiancé Is a Staff Accountant

Starsiak partner Spiars is from Dallas, Texas, and is based in Zionsville, Indiana. Regarding her profession, she has been working as a staff accountant at OnTarget CPA since 2020.

Her LinkedIn profile shows Starsiak’s fiancé is an experienced customer service representative. Spiars further described her communication, event planning, and public speaking skills.

The fiancé of the TV personality attained a Business Administration Associate Degree from Ivy Tech Community College. Further, she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Finance From Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis in 2021.

Besides her studies, Spiars was also actively committed to working. While pursuing her degree, she worked as a Coach in NinzaZone and Customer Service Representative.

Starsiak’s Was Previously in a Relationship

Before committing to his fiancé, Starsiak was in a relationship with his former girlfriend, Christina Eslinger.

Numerous sites have claimed that the former couple featured each other on social media before splitting for undisclosed reasons.

Tad Starsiak’s Former Girlfriend, Christina Eslinger [Photo: Twitter]

It is believed that the ex-partners have been together since 2020. For instance, the general contractor and Eslinger spent their weekend at his dad’s lake house in Kentucky.

He expressed that spending time out of the city with his loved ones was nourishing. On the other hand, the TV personality also featured his ex-girlfriend in his Apparel company, Love Heals, in August 2020.

According to Starsiak, the messages the attire carried were introspection and self-improvement. However, neither Starsiak nor Eslinger has disclosed when their relationship started.

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Christina Eslinger Is a Real Stat Agent

The general contractor’s former partner is engaged in the real estate industry. She is a licensed real estate broker working at F.C. Tucker Company.

Eslinger has been working in the firm for over seven years. Besides, before she operated in the company as a broker in 2016, Starsiak’s former girlfriend was a Store Sales Manager at Vanity.

Further, Eslinger is from Redding, California, and lives in Indianapolis, Indiana. Moreover, regarding her studies, the real estate agent completed her studies at Purdue University.

Apart from her profession, Eslinger likes to be involved in church during her free time. She has been serving the Children’s care and participating in outreach programs.

The TV personality’s former girlfriend also seeks to develop a sustainable housing project. Her vision is to fulfill the general housing needs of victims of domestic violence, economic hardships, and drug abuse.