Nelson Rockefeller Net Worth

Nelson Rockefeller Net Worth:
$1.1 Billion
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Nelson Rockefeller net worth: Nelson Rockefeller was an American businessman and politician who had a net worth equal to $1.1 billion at the time of his death (after adjusting for inflation). Nelson Rockefeller was born in Bar Harbor, Maine in July 1908 and passed away in January 1979. He was a Republican who graduated from Dartmouth College. Rockefeller served as the 1st Assistant Secretary of State for American Republic Affairs from December 1944 to August 1945. He was the 1st Under Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare from June 1953 to December 1954. From January 1959 to December 1973 he served as the 49th Governor of New York. Nelson Rockefeller was the 41st Vice President of the United States under Gerald Ford from December 1974 to January 1977. He was a member of the wealthy Rockefeller family and was an art collector and the administrator of Rockefeller Center. He was married to Mary Todhunter Clark from 1930 to 1962 and married Margaretta Large Fitler in 1963. Rockefeller had seven children including Rodman, Steven, Michael, and Mark. Nelson Rockefeller passed away on January 26, 1979 at 70 years old from a heart attack.

Personal Assets: At the peak of his political career Nelson estimated his personal wealth to be $218 million. That's the same as a touch more than $1.1 billion in today's dollars. He also disclosed that over his lifetime he had paid $69 million in taxes, roughly $350 million in today's dollars.

Nelson Rockefeller Net Worth

Net Worth:$1.1 Billion
Date of Birth:Jul 8, 1908 - Jan 26, 1979 (70 years old)
Place of Birth:Bar Harbor, Maine, U.S.
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