|Born||22 April 1938|
|Residence||West Ella Hall, Kirk Ella, Yorkshire, England|
|Net worth||GBP £1.3 billion (jointly with brother Malcolm, May 2014)|
|Spouse(s)||Carol Healey (born 1945)|
|Children||Mark, Anne, Tim, and James|
|Relatives||Malcolm Healey (brother)|
Eddie Healey (born 22 April 1938) is a British entrepreneur.
He and his brother, Malcolm, started work in their family's paint firm, and soon started a DIY chain, Status Discount, which grew to have 63 stores in northern England. In 1980, Status was sold to MFI, where Healey worked until 1982.
Shortly after celebrating his wife's 50th birthday in December 1995, he, his wife and two of their sons, Tim and James, one of whom was roughed up, were robbed and held captive in the family's luxurious home, Westella Hall. The robbers crashed their way through the luxury mansion, stealing a reported 250,000 on jewellery and cash, then escaped in a getaway car.
For his 70th birthday party at the Dorchester Hotel in London, Eddie Healey spent £475,000, including £125,000 for a 45-minute set from Girls Aloud, and hired the comedians Russ Abbot and Bobby Davro.
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- "Girls Aloud get £125k to sing 45-minute set at tycoon's 70th birthday". The Daily Mail. 28 April 2008. Retrieved 11 April 2015.
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