|Born||Edward Calvert Nixon|
May 3, 1930
Whittier, California, U.S.
|Alma mater||Duke University (B.S., 1952)|
NC State College (M.S., 1954)
|Known for||Brother of former U.S. President Richard Nixon|
|Parent(s)||Francis A. Nixon|
Hannah Milhous Nixon
|Relatives||Harold Nixon (brother)|
Richard Nixon (brother)
Donald Nixon (brother)
Arthur Nixon (brother)
Almira Park Burdg Milhous (grandmother)
Franklin Milhous (grandfather)
Jennie Eisenhower (great-niece)
Christopher Nixon Cox (great-nephew)
David Eisenhower (nephew-in-law)
Tricia Nixon Cox (niece)
Julie Nixon Eisenhower (niece)
Edward F. Cox (nephew-in-law)
Pat Nixon (sister-in-law)
Edward Calvert Nixon (born May 3, 1930) is an American entrepreneur and the youngest and last surviving brother of former United States President Richard Nixon. He coauthored his memoir, The Nixons: A Family Portrait, with Karen L. Olson. The book was published in 2009.
Born in Whittier, California, Edward is the youngest child of Francis and Hannah Nixon. In addition to his brother Richard (January 9, 1913 – April 22, 1994), Edward had three other siblings: Harold Nixon (June 1, 1909 – March 7, 1933), Donald Nixon (November 23, 1914 – June 27, 1987) and Arthur Nixon (May 26, 1918 – August 10, 1925).
In 1974, Nixon was the first witness for the defense in the Maurice Stans and John N. Mitchell conspiracy trial. He contradicted the testimony of two of the government's chief witnesses. Later that year, the staff of the Senate Watergate committee disclosed additional information to support the charge that Charles Rebozo gave or lent part of a $100,000 "campaign contribution" to President Nixon's personal secretary Rose Mary Woods, and to Edward and Donald Nixon.
Nixon World Enterprises, Inc.
Edward Nixon is the last surviving member of the five Nixon brothers, in the wake of brother Richard's death in 1994. He is also the longest-lived of the Nixon brothers.
Edward Nixon married Gay Lynne Nixon June 1, 1957. The couple lived together, for a time, in the Seattle-area suburb of Alderwood Manor, Washington; Gay worked as a schoolteacher at Meadowdale Junior High School in Edmonds. They would be married for 56 years, until Gay's death on January 20, 2014.
Depictions in media
- Richard M. Nixon Panel Addresses President’s Evolving Legacy via Duke Law
- 'The ventures of the Nixon brothers,' Chicago Tribune, Wallace Turner, April 21, 1973, section 1, pg. 9
- Arnold, Martin (April 6, 1974). Edward Nixon Rebuts Stans Prosecution. The New York Times
- Crewdson, John M. (July 11, 1974). Report Questions Rebozo's Account on Hughes Funds. The New York Times
- Edward Nixon via Pacific Northwest Center for Global Security
- "Ed Nixon". Cherry Blossom Festival. Retrieved 3 July 2018.
- Wolfe, Ellen (July 28, 1974). "The mysterious life of the quiet Nixon". Chicago Tribune. Associated Press. section 2, pg. 3. Retrieved May 5, 2017.
- "Ed Nixon's Wife Gay Lynne Passes on at 76". Richard Nixon Foundation. 2014. Retrieved 2015-03-25.
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