Billionaires that are possibly Jews

Dennis Albaugh– pesticides
Carol Jenkins Barnett – daughter of George W. Jenkins, the founder of Publix Super Markets
Andrew Beal – real estate and banking
Tom Benson – late owner of the New Orleans Saints
Gayle Benson – widow of Tom Benson; owner of New Orleans Saints
Aneel Bhusri – CEO of Workday; partner at Greylock Partners and was a member of Intel’s board of directors between 2014 and 2019
Neal Blue – General Atomics
Ernie Boch Jr. – dealerships in the Boston area; R
David Booth – investments, executive chairman of Dimensional Fund Advisors, which he co-founded with Rex Sinquefield
Albert Bilicke
Faiq Bolkiah – Bruneian professional footballer and a member of the Bruneian Royal Family; nephew of Hassanal Bolkiah
Amar Bose – founder and chairman of Bose; half Indian and half French/German; mother was Charlotte Mechlin
J. Hyatt Brown – Florida businessman and politician
Peter Buck – co-founder of Subway; married Haydee Piñero in 1955, whose father Jesús T. Piñero was the first native governor of Puerto Rico – Jewish looking
J. Christopher Burch – investments
Rick Caruso – father was founder of Dollar Rent a Car; D
Jay Chaudhry – founder of Zscaler, a cloud security company
Yvon Chouinard – founder Patagonia apparel
Steve Case – AOL; married to Jean Villanueva
Gerald Chan
A. James Clark
Steve Conine
William E. Connor II – very little info
John Paul DeJoria – Greek/Italian; co-founder of the Paul Mitchell line of hair products and The Patrón Spirits Company; R
Darwin Deason – founded Affiliated Computer Services in 1988, and sold it to Xerox; Deason’s son, Doug Deason is a member of the Koch Brothers political network
Edward J. DeBartolo Jr – longtime owner of the San Francisco 49ers; accused of sexual assault in 1991
Richard Egan – doesn’t look Irish
Gerald J. Ford – banking
Frist Family – politics; healthcare; Thomas Jr is wealthiest person in Tennessee
Jim France – Irish; NASCAR
Donald Friese
Rakesh Gangwal – Indian; co-founder of IndiGo airline
Melinda French Gates – ex-wife of Jew Bill Gates
James Goodnight (Gutknecht) – software; worked with Jews John Sall and Anthony Barr in forming SAS; Goodnight owns two-third of the company while Sall owns the rest; probably related to Amy Elizabeth Kluttz Goodnight (1906-1942) who died in Concord, NC; her father looked Jewish
Bruce Halle – French-Canadian; founder of Discount Tire
Dorrance Hill Hamilton – Campbell Soup; Irish
Ken Hendricks – building supply
Jeffery Hildebrand – energy
Sun Hongbin – Chinese; founder, chairman, and majority owner of Sunac, a real estate firm
Joseph Dahr Jamail – Lebanese; lawyer, was frequently referred to as the “King of Torts”.
Howard Jenkins – Publix; son of George Jenkins
Laurene Powell Jobs – widow of Steve Jobs; D
Barbara Piasecka Johnson – Polish; art collector
Charles B. Johnson
Jerry Jones – parents owned super markets; father was president of an insurance company; owner of the Dallas Cowboys
Steve Jurvetson – American businessman and venture capitalist. Formerly a partner of the firm Draper Fisher Jurvetson (DFJ), he was an early investor in Hotmail, Memphis Meats, Mythic and Nervana Systems. He is currently a board member of SpaceX and served on Tesla’s board from 2006–2020
Jim Justice – governor of WV
Rupert Johnson Jr. – Franklin Resources, global investments
Min Kao – Taiwanese; co-founder of Garmin; big ears
Brad M. Kelley – 4th largest US landholder; founded the Commonwealth Brands tobacco company
Brendan Kennedy – co-founder of Privateer Holdings, along with Michael Blue and Christian Groh
Shahid Khan – Pakistani-Muslim; owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars
Vinod Khosla – Indian; co-founder of Sun Microsystems; some Jewish features; DR
Osman Kibar – Turkish; founder of the biotechnology firm Biosplice
Randal J. Kirk – CEO and chairman of Intrexon, a biotech firm; lives in West Palm Beach; DR
Hoang Kieu – Vietnamese; possible crypto-Jew
Richard Kinder – co-founder and executive chairman of Kinder Morgan Inc., an energy and pipeline corporation; R
Omid Kordestani – member of the board at Twitter and was previously the Executive Chairman at Twitter from October 2015 to June 2020
Herbert Kohler – German-American; plumbing
Frank Laukien – German-American; founder of Bruker
William B. Leeds – married to Jeanette Irene Gaar
Fred A. Lennon
Joe Liemandt – founder of Trilogy Software
Tony O’Reilly – Irish; backed Jewish studies at a university
Cargill MacMillan Jr. – Cargill heir
Whitney MacMillan – Cargill heir
Gary Magness
Mary Alice Dorrance Malone – Campbell Soup
Roger Marino – co-founder EMC
Craig McCaw – founder of McCaw Cellular and Clearwire Corporation
Patrick Joseph McGovern – founder of International Data Group
John Menard Jr. – Catholic; founder of Menards home improvement stores; son is a NASCAR driver; a supporter of conservative causes
Jeffrey Michael – (very little info); healthcare
John S. Middleton – John Middleton Co, tobacco products; principal owner of MLB Phillies; ancestor founded John Middleton in 1857
Trevor Milton – Mormon; resigned from his position as chairman (of Nikola) after the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and Department of Justice began investigating claims that Milton and Nikola committed securities fraud
Bobby Murphy – part-Filipino; Catholic; Internet entrepreneur; worked with Spiegel; co-founder of Snap Inc
Elon Musk – Tesla; richest man in the world
Peter Nicholas – co-founded Boston Scientific
Jay Paul – (very little info) real estate tycoon
Terry Pegula – fracking; real estate; sports; owner of Buffalo Bills
Roger Penske – owned Team Penske, DJR Team Penske, the Penske Corporation, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, IndyCar; R
Carl Pohlad – Slovakian; owned Minnesota Twins from 1984 to his death in 2009
Forrest Preston – elderly care; father was a priest
Trevor Rees-Jones – grandfather was a Presbyterian minister from Wales; founder and chairman of Chief Oil and Gas; R
Sid W. Richardson – Texas philanthropist
Austin Russell – founder and CEO of Luminar Technologies;
Joss Sackler – married to the Jew David Sackler, son of the developer of Oxycontin
Karthik Sarma – (very little info exists) Indian; hedge funds
John Schnatter – Papa Johns; His mother was a real estate agent and his father was a judge in Jeffersonville, Indiana. R
Reinhold Schmieding – German-American; founder of Arthex
Robert F. Smith – founder, chairman, and CEO of private equity firm Vista Equity Partners; does not look fully black
Ryan Smith – Mormon; worked as missionary; co-founder of Qualtrics; owner of Utah Jazz
Vinny Coburn Smith – former CEO of Quest Software and founder of Toba Capital
Anastasia Soare – Romanian; CEO and founder of Anastasia Beverly Hills
Mark Stevens – venture capitalist; investor in the Golden State Warriors
Jack C. Taylor – founded Enterprise rental car
Cal Turner Jr. – family founded Dollar General;
John H. Tyson – Tyson Farms; great grandfather is Isaac Tyson
Richard and Elizabeth Uihlein – German; family founded Uline and Schlitz Brewing; August Uhlein’s (1842-1911) eldest daughter was married to Johann Gottlieb Friedrich Pabst, who migrated to America from Germany in 1848, the year of the German Revolution, in which many Jewish businessmen fled for America
Jayshree Ullal – Indian woman; president and CEO of Arista Networks, a cloud networking company
Hope Hill Van Beuren (very little info) – Campbell soup
Vincent Viola – former chairman of NYMEX; owner of Florida Panthers; R
Roger Wang
William Wang – founder of CEO of Vizio
Travis Ward – very little info; oil exploration; married 3 times (one wife died in a plane crash)
Ty Warner – founder of Ty Inc, maker of Beanie Babies; never married
Kelcy Warren – chairman and CEO of Energy Transfer Partners; R
Dennis Washington – Owner, Washington Group Intl. and Seaspan Marine Corporation
Dean White
William Wrigley Jr. II
Ken Xie
Jon Yarbrough

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