Charles Bartlett Johnson
|Charles Bartlett Johnson|
January 6, 1933 |
Montclair, New Jersey
|Education||B.A. Yale University)|
|Net worth||US$7.4 billion (April 2014)|
|Spouse(s)||Ann Demarest Lutes|
|Children||seven (one deceased)|
|Parents||Rupert Harris Johnson (1900–1989)
Charles Bartlett Johnson (born 1933) is an American businessman. With an estimated current[update] net worth of around $7.4 billion, he is ranked by Forbes as the 184th-richest person in the world (2013).
Charles Johnson is married and has six children (a seventh is deceased). Charles' son Gregory serves as president and CEO of Franklin Resources. His wife Ann, who became a medical doctor after raising her family, supervised the notable restoration of the Carolands Chateau.
On September 30, 2013, Yale President Peter Salovey announced in an email to Yale alumni that "Charles B. Johnson '54 has pledged $250 million—the largest gift in Yale's history—to support the expansion of Yale College through the construction of two new residential colleges." Yale currently has 12 undergraduate residential colleges.
- Forbes: The World's Billionaires: "Charles Johnson" September 2013
- Fulton History March 28, 1955
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