Long-time HGTV followers are well-acquainted with Jonathan Walter, who worked with the Napier-pair as a project manager. He left the home renovation show after three seasons and also left the state of Mississippi.
In May 2019, his co-worker Erin Napier made an Instagram post saying, “He’s been our project manager on [Home Town] since the very first episode, the bearer of bad news, the solution opportunist, and, apparently, according to Twitter, the heartthrob of Home Town. (Sorry, ladies, he’s married.) … Tonight, we said goodbye for now. We’ve been having dinner dates at [Mississippi restaurant] Tabella since the show began. Ugh. We hate goodbyes, y’all.”
Well, let’s find out why he left the show.
Jonathan Walters Left The Show For A New Opportunity
In November 2019, it was announced that Jonathan Walters wouldn’t appear in the Home Town’s fourth season. It was also said that he took a new opportunity in Florida, in the town where he grew up.
Jonathan settled in his hometown Sunshine State where he still works in the home construction biz. He works with Royal Corinthian Homes, and his bio adds,
“Serving customers in both custom new construction and renovation projects, his approach is to purposely strive for excellence in all aspects of his daily work and life. Encouraging others to do the same is his passion.”
Facts About Jonathan walters
- Jonathan Walters was born in 1985; however, his birthday’s accurate report cannot be found.
- He was raised in Laurel, Mississippi, by his parents Wayne and Cheryl Walters, alongside his three siblings; two sisters and one brother.
- One of his sisters, Kristy Walters Wells, studied Christian Education at Patriot Bible University and Business Management at Jones County Junior College. She also worked as the assistant director and owner of Grace Community School and Daycare in Alabama.
- Jonathan stands tall at the height of 6 feet 2 inches (1.87 meters).
- Talking about his personal life, he is a family man. He has been married to his wife Gabrielle Johnson Walters since 11th July 2009. His wife studied at Montgomery County Community College and worked at Landis Supermarket.
- The couple had a son named Brooks Walters (born on 10th June 2019), who passed away at Blair E. Batson Children’s Hospital when he was only 17-month-old.
- Jonathan and his wife have adopted three kids Matthew, Eli, and Isaac, and on 1st November 2018, Jonathan announced that their adoption had been finalized.