Robert Rich Jr Net Worth

How much is Robert E. Rich, Jr. Worth?

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Robert E. Rich, Jr. Net Worth:
$3.2 Billion

Robert Rich, Jr. Net Worth: Robert Rich, Jr.is an American businessman who has a net worth of $3.2 billion. The son of Robert Sr., the man who turned a small "soy-based whipped cream" business into a frozen-food empire, Robert Rich, Jr. inherited and continued to grow further his father's company. He became president of Rich Products Corporation in 1978, whereas he now serves as Chairman of the largest family-owned frozen foods producer in the States with headquarters in Buffalo, New York. A 1963 graduate of Williams College, he went on to join the United States National Guard where he remained in service until 1969. At this point, he was also a member of the Army Reserved Officer Staff. Once he took his Master's degree in Business Administration (with honors) from the University of Rochester, he took an active role in the family business. In 2006, upon his father's death, he left the President position to become Chairman and also inherited 56% of the Rich Products Corporation. In addition to the above, Robert is an active sports team owner, author and Broadway producer. When it comes to sports teams, he is the owner of the Buffalo Bisons minor league baseball team, the Northwest Arkansas Naturals and the Jamestown Jammers. An author of the memoir "Fish Fights", Robert also produced the musical "Chaplin" which debuted on Broadway in 2012.

Robert Rich Jr Net Worth

Robert E. Rich, Jr.

Net Worth:$3.2 Billion
Gender:Male
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