Susan Alfond

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Susan Alfond
BornSusan Gail Alfond
1946 (age 71–72)
ResidenceScarborough, Maine
Occupationinvestor, philanthropist
Net worthIncrease $1.1 Billion USD (April 2016)[1]
ChildrenEmily Pearl
Daniel Pearl
David Pearl
Parent(s)Dorothy Levine Alfond
Harold Alfond
FamilyBill Alfond (brother)
Peter Alfond (brother)
Ted Alfond (brother)

Susan Gail Alfond (born 1946) is an American investor, philanthropist, and billionaire.

Biography[edit]

Susan Alfond was born to a Jewish family, the daughter of Dorothy (née Levine) and Harold Alfond.[2][3][4] Her father founded the Dexter Shoe Company in 1958 and sold it to Warren Buffett in 1993 for $433 million of Berkshire Hathaway stock.[2]

Personal life[edit]

Alfond has three children: Emily Pearl, Daniel Pearl, and David Pearl.[5][1] She lives in Scarborough, Maine.[1]

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