How many companies Diane Hendricks own?

How many companies Diane Hendricks own?

As of March 2018, Hendricks Commercial Properties owned 19 properties in Delafield, including Craig Berns Salon and Spa, Belfre Kitchen, Eye Candy, be FITNESS, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory and Milwaukee Street Traders Coffee Shop.

Who is Diane Hendrix?

Diane Marie Hendricks (née Smith; born 1947) is an American billionaire businesswoman and film producer from Wisconsin. She is the widow of the late businessman Ken Hendricks.

What does Diane Hendricks do for a living?

Film Producer
Diane Hendricks/Professions

How old is Diane Hendricks ABC Supply?

About 74 years (1947)
Diane Hendricks/Age

Who is the richest family in Wisconsin?

John Menard Jr of Menard, Inc. leads the list of Wisconsin billionaires with a net worth of $14.2 billion. Other Wisconsin billionaires on the list include: Herbert Kohler Jr & family, Kohler Co.

Who is the youngest richest woman in the world?

Whitney Wolfe Herd
In February, Whitney Wolfe Herd became the youngest female self-made billionaire after shares of her company, the dating app Bumble, made their stock market debut.

Who is Diane Hendricks and what does she do?

Diane Marie Hendricks (born 1947) is an American billionaire businesswoman and film producer from Wisconsin.

What is the net worth of Diane Hendricks?

Hendricks owns the Hendricks Holding Company, and is the owner and chairperson of ABC Supply. In March 2012, Forbes estimated her net worth at US$2.8 billion, and $7.8 billion as of July 2020.

When did Diane Hendricks and Ken Hendricks get married?

In 1975, she was selling custom-built homes and Ken was a roofing contractor. They married and became business partners. In 1982, they used their lines of credit to secure a loan that enabled them to establish ABC Supply, a company that sells roofing, windows, gutters, and siding for residential and commercial buildings.

Where was Diane Hendricks born and raised in Wisconsin?

Hendricks was born and raised in Wisconsin, the daughter of dairy farmers.

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