John Adams Morgan Net Worth, Age, Wife, Girlfriend & All About Him
John Adams Morgan Wiki/BiographyJohn Adams Morgan (born September 17, 1930) is an American sailor and Olympic champion and the founder and chairman of Morgan Joseph. His father, Henry Sturgis Morgan, was the co-founder of Morgan Stanley and his great-grandfather was J. P. Morgan, founder of J.P. Morgan & Co. Now John Adams Morgan is a very rich American Businessman. He is famously known as the ex-husband of Sonja Morgan, who is a famous American Television Personality.
John Adams Morgan Personal Life & Info
|Birthday/Date of Birth||September 17, 1930|
|Age (As in )||years old|
|Birthplace||Oyster Bay Town, Long Island, New York|
|Star Sign / Zodiac Sign||Virgo|
John Adams Morgan Personal Physical StatsThe data of John Adams net worth is just an estimated data haven’t been confirmed officially by John Adams Morgan yet.
|Height (approx.)||in Feet-Inches – 5’ 9.”
in meters – 1.79 m
in centimeters – 179 cm
|Weight (approx.)||in Kilograms – 72 kg
in Pounds – 158 lbs
John Adams Morgan Family Members Info
|Father||Henry Sturgis Morgan (1900–1982)|
|Mother||Catherine Frances Lovering Adams (1902–1988)|
|Brother||Henry Sturgis Morgan Jr.|
|Wife/Spouse(s)||1. Elizabeth Robbins Choate (m. 1953 – div. 1957)
2. Tonia Goss (m. 1962; div.)
3. Sonja Tremont a.k.a Sonja Morgan (m. 1998 – div. 2006)
4. Connie Morgan (m. 2010)
|Children||1. John Adams Morgan, Jr.
2. Chauncey Goss Morgan
3. Quincy Adams Morgan
John Adams Morgan Girlfriends, Affairs & Marital/Relationship StatusAs of now, he is happily living his life with his wife Connie Morgan since 2010. Also, not much information isn’t available on any sources about John’s affairs and girlfriends.
John Adams Morgan Education Info
|Educational Qualification||Graduated with Bachelor of Arts in the year 1953|
|School||Groton School (College-preparatory school in Groton, Massachusetts)|
|College/ University||Yale University (Private University in New Haven, Connecticut)|
John Adams Morgan Net Worth & Salary
John Adams Morgan Career
Olympic careerHe competed at the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki, where he won a gold medal in the 6 metre class with the boat Llanoria.
Business careerFrom 1956 to 1966, he was a Partner in Dominick & Dominick. From 1966 to 1982, he worked at Smith Barney, serving as was a Senior Vice President in charge of the Corporate Finance Department, and as Vice Chairman of Smith Barney in charge of the firm's merger and acquisition activities, a member of the executive committee and a director of Smith Barney International Inc. In 1982, Morgan, the great-grandson of J. P. Morgan, established a retail and brokerage firm known as Morgan Lewis Githens & Ahn, Inc. In 1985, it organized a leveraged buyout with the Olin Corporation, an industrial chemical concern based in Stamford, Connecticut, of Olin's Ecusta cigarette paper business. In 1987, the firm assisted with the acquisition of Service America Corp. from Alleco Inc., formerly Allegheny Beverage Corporation, for $450 million in cash and securities. In 2001, the firm and Morgan's broker-dealer license, was bought by the newly established MLGA Holdings. Morgan, along with Fred Joseph (1937—2009), the former president and chief executive officer of the investment bank Drexel Burnham Lambert during the 1980s, co-founded the new entity, which became known as Morgan Joseph LLC in 2002, sought to create a high-yield business for mid-size companies and take advantage of investment bankers who were laid off during the technology stock bubble of 2000. After the new firm was established, Morgan served as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Morgan Lewis. In December 2010, Morgan Joseph LLC merged with Tri-Artisan Partners LLC to form Morgan Joseph TriArtisan Group, Inc. In April 2011, Apollo Global Management invested in Morgan Joseph TriArtisan, and registered as a brokerage firm to find clients and deals for its buyout and hedge funds.
Board of TrusteesSince 1969, Morgan has served as a Director of Upham & Co., Inc. From 1989 until January 1998, he was a director of TriMas Corporation until it was acquired by Metaldyne Corporation. He then served as a director of Metaldyne from 1984 until its recapitalization in November 2000. As of 2001, he was a director of Furnishings International Inc. and a trustee of the Provident Loan Society of New York. He is also a Director of the Pierpont Morgan Library. Reference: John Adams Morgan - NamesWikis John Adams Morgan - Wikipedia
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