Patricia Altschul Net Worth
Patricia Altschul net worth: Patricia Altschul is an American socialite and reality television personality who has a net worth of $20 million. She is most well known for being extremely active in the art community and for appearing on the hit Bravo reality series, Southern Charm. She is the mother of Whitney Sudler-Smith and is a former Manhattan (now Charleston) socialite. Her energy and delightful running commentary on her son's life makes her a fan-favorite on Southern Charm. Patricia was married to Arthur Altschul in 1996, Arthur was an American banking mogul and a Goldman Sachs Group partner until the time of his death in 2002. She has been a director or trustee of several nonprofit organizations including the New York Historical Society and Historic Hudson Valley (the Rockefeller Family properties). In 2012, Altschul was given a "Woman of the Year" award by the Police Athletic League of New York City, and in 2013, she received a "Carolopolis Award" from the Preservation Society of Charleston for her renovation of the historic Isaac Jenkins Mikell House in Charleston that she purchased in 2008 for $4.8 million. Altschul was born Patricia Madelyn Day in Jacksonville, Florida in 1941 and grew up in Richmond, Virginia. Her parents were Francis Pearl Sudler Dey and Walter Pettus Dey. Her father as a medical doctor who graduated from the University of Alabama and received a medical degree from Tulane University in 1907. As a child, Patricia was educated at Marymount School, Olney Friends School, and George Washington University, where she obtained a B.A. Magna Cum Laude in 1964 and then a masters degree in 1965, both in Art History and Archaeology. She was a lecturer in art history at George Washington University and lived for many years in Georgetown, where she later owned and ran Arcadia, a private art dealership.
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