Rob Ford Net Worth

Rob Ford Net Worth:
$50 Million

Rob Ford net worth: Rob Ford was a Canadian politician and businessman who had a net worth of $50 million dollars. Rob Ford was born in Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada, and was originally focused on a career in football. The child of very wealthy parents, he spent summers attending special football camps with the Washington Redskins and the University of Notre Dame.

He went on to attend Carleton University and made the football team. He did not play in any games his freshman year, and dropped out of school before his sophomore year. He began working in sales and coaching high school football. In 2000, he began serving the first of three terms as City Councillor for Ward 2 of Etobicoke North. In 2010, he was elected Mayor of Toronto. His tenure as Mayor has been fraught with issues, as he has used city letterhead to raise funds for the high school football team he continued to coach, wrote multiple letters of reference for convicted felons, including a convicted murderer, and mismanaged the budget. He was recently stripped of much of his Mayoral powers, after footage was released of him snorting crack cocaine while in a drunken stupor. The business Rob Ford's father started, Deco Labels, is extremely successful. The multi-national printing and labeling business earns an estimated $100 million in revenues per year and has made the Ford family extremely wealthy. Rob died on March 22, 2016 after a battle with cancer.

Rob Ford Net Worth

Rob Ford

Net Worth:$50 Million
Date of Birth:May 28, 1969 (52 years old)
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