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  1. Susan Thompson Buffett (June 15, 1932 – July 29, 2004) was an American activist for the causes of civil rights, abortion rights and birth control, and the first wife of investor Warren Buffett.

  2. Born in Omaha in 1953, Buffett, commonly called Susie, is the eldest child of Warren Buffett. She attended the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, where she majored in home economics, and studied at the University of California, Irvine, where she majored in social ecology.

  3. Jul 29, 2004 · Susan Buffett, 72, was a director at Berkshire and stood to inherit her husband’s fortune. Buffett has said his stock in Berkshire, valued at about $42.9 billion, would go to his wife upon his...

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  4. Jun 23, 2021 · Susan was an American activist who supported civil rights, abortion and birth control rights among women. Native to Omaha Nebraska, the first wife of Warren died in 2004 of a stroke at the age of 72. The two were in an open relationship and while they were married to each other, Warren started dating his now second wife, Astrid Menks.

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  5. Apr 29, 2022 · Warren Buffett's first wife introduced him to his second wife Bloomberg/Getty Images Strangely enough, it was Susan Buffett who introduced her estranged husband to Astrid Menks in 1978. At the time, she was a restaurant hostess but eventually she became Warren Buffett's constant companion.

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  6. Jan 31, 2017 · Susan Buffett didn't find out her father, billionaire Warren Buffett, was rich until her early 20s, and she definitely didn't hear it from her parents. "I didn’t really have any idea about any...

  7. Mar 07, 2022 · Susan Alice Buffett, the daughter of Omaha billionaire Warren Buffet, is a top-tier philanthropist whose work has focused primarily on the Sherwood Foundation. It is an organization in Omaha that provides grants in public education, human services, and social justice in the interest of promoting the welfare of children from lower-income families.

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