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Early Life and Education
Buffett was born April 13th 1930 into a middle-class family in Omaha, Nebraska. His father Howard Buffett, was a stockbroker while Mary Lou taught her son the value of hard work and thrift. Buffett was one of five children and was raised within an intimate community; upon turning 19th birthday 1943 he joined Army Air Corps where he served as meteorologist during World War II – at this point in time meeting future business partner and co-founder Charles Munger who would go on to co-found Berkshire Hathaway!
The Thomas Buffet is an elegant piece for any room in your home, boasting clean lines and natural woven textures in White or Mineral colors for timeless appeal. Furniture ships directly from Brisbane, Australia; any additional shipping charges will be communicated separately via email after placing your order.
Thomas Buffett earned both his undergraduate and master’s degrees at Mount Allison University in New Brunswick before continuing on his business journey and attaining stellar achievements within international corporate networks.
He earned an annual salary in the tens of millions from City Buffet, and received lavish gifts from wealthy friends including H. Wayne Huizenga (founder of Blockbuster and Waste Management), as well as oil billionaire Paul “Tony” Novelly (former heir apparent of Warren Buffett at Berkshire Hathaway investment firm).
He and his wife, Ida B’s Table are working to transform African American cooking and gain greater recognition through local and national accolades for their efforts.
Buffett is well known as an accomplished investor. But his lifestyle also draws attention; he lives in a modest house in Omaha and often hangs out at local diners. With no computer (he once joked ‘I am my own computer!’) in his office – or ‘computers at all!’ as his office may be called – Buffett spends much of his time reading annual reports and newspapers for leisure; his only concession to modernity, according to Buffett himself, being purchasing a private jet so he could avoid having to fly economy on commercial flights!
Buffett is married to Daisy Buffett Slagsvol, with whom he shares three children. Daisy helped bring professionalism to the Coral Reefer Band by encouraging members to replace Levi jeans and shirts with holes for more stylish clothing options.
Buffett’s net worth can be measured as the sum total of all his assets – cash, retirement accounts and investments as well as his home’s value – less his debts like credit card debt, mortgages or car loans.
He receives a modest base salary of $100,000 annually, which represents only a fraction of what senior executives at comparable companies receive as compensation. Together with his wife Susan, he and their four children reside in Dundee neighborhood in central Omaha.
Buffett has long been an ardent fan of Nebraska football and regularly attends home games when his schedule allows. In addition, Buffett is known for donating billions to charity and participating in The Giving Pledge which was established alongside Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg to encourage wealthy individuals to give back via charitable causes.