Jeremy Jacobs Net Worth

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Jeremy Jacobs net worth:
$3.3 Billion

Jeremy Jacobs Net Worth: Jeremy Jacobs is an American entrepreneur who has a net worth of $3.3 billion dollars. Jeremy Jacobs is the American CEO of Delaware North Companies and is the current owner of the Boston Bruins hockey team in the National Hockey League. Born in Buffalo, New York on January 21, 1940, Jacobs attended the University of Buffalo for business management as well as the Harvard School of Business Advanced Management Program. He is ranked at number 583 on the world billionaire list according to Forbes and is recognized by the publication for his philanthropic efforts. Delaware North was found by his father and uncles and is a hospitality and food service company. Delaware North also owns the TD Garden. Jacobs purchased the Boston Bruins in 1975 and has owned the team since. He received the St. Jude Award for Inspiration in Sports in 2013 at a Global Sports Summit. Jacobs has donated millions of dollars to United Way and the Boys and Girls Club of America. He is now part of the Million-Dollar Roundtable of donors as well as a member of the Jeremiah Milbank Society. In 2013 Jacobs pledged $100,000 towards the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing. He currently has honorary doctorates from the University of Buffalo, Canisius College, Johnson and Wales, University, and Niagara University. He is married to his wife, Margaret, and has six children.

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Jeremy Jacobs

Jeremy Jacobs

Date of Birth
Jan 21, 1940
Nationality
United States of America
Nicknames
Jeremy M. Jacobs
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