See The Richest Person In Each State

For the fourth year in a row, Forbes has scoured the country from sea to shining sea to find the richest person in every single state.

For the fourth year in a row, Forbes has scoured the country from sea to shining sea to find the richest person in every single state.

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Are you interested in knowing who the richest or wealthiest person in your state is this year?

Forbes posted this info-graph and list to show you who the richest person in each state is for 2018.  Are you on the list? Just kidding….. Here it is……

This info-graph shows you just who is the richest person in state.
Richest Person in Each State For 2018 – (Design by Nick DeSantis, FORBES staff)

 

Wealthiest (Richest) Person In Each State For 2018

 

Six of the 50 U.S. states lack a billionaire altogether. For more on the richest person in those states, see here.

Here is the full list:

 

Alabama: Jimmy Rane, lumber, $950 million

Alaska: Leonard Hyde, Jonathan Rubini & families, real estate, $310 million each

Arizona: Mark Shoen, U-Haul, $3 billion

Arkansas: Jim Walton, Walmart, $40.3 billion

California: Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook, $74 billion

Colorado: Philip Anschutz, investments, $12.7 billion

Connecticut: Ray Dalio, hedge funds, $17.4 billion

Delaware: Robert Gore and Elizabeth Snyder, Gore-Tex, $750 million each

Florida: Thomas Peterffy, discount brokerage, $25.7 billion

Georgia: Jim Kennedy, media, $9 billion

Hawaii: Pierre Omidyar, eBay, $10.6 billion

Idaho: Frank VanderSloot, nutrition and wellness, $3.4 billion

Illinois: Ken Griffin, hedge funds, $9 billion

Indiana: Carl Cook, medical devices, $8.2 billion

Iowa: Harry Stine, agriculture, $3.2 billion

Kansas: Charles Koch, Koch Industries, $51.5 billion

Kentucky: B. Wayne Hughes, self storage, $2.7 billion

Louisiana: Gayle Benson, New Orleans Saints, $2.7 billion

Maine: Susan Alfond, shoes, $1.6 billion

Maryland: Ted Lerner & family, real estate, $5.1 billion

Massachusetts: Abigail Johnson, money management, $16.9 billion

Michigan: Daniel Gilbert, Quicken Loans, $6.3 billion

Minnesota: Glen Taylor, printing, $2.8 billion

Mississippi: James and Thomas Duff, diversified, $1.2 billion each

Missouri: Pauline MacMillan Keinath, Cargill, $7.2 billion

Montana: Dennis Washington, construction and mining, $5.9 billion

Nebraska: Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway, $85 billion

Nevada: Sheldon Adelson, casinos, $42.8 billion

New Hampshire: Andrea Reimann-Ciardelli, consumer goods, $1.1 billion

New Jersey: John Overdeck, hedge funds, $5.5 billion

New Mexico: Mack C. Chase, oil, $700 million

New York: David Koch, Koch Industries, $51.5 billion

North Carolina: James Goodnight, software, $9.9 billion

North Dakota: Gary Tharaldson, hotels, $900 million

Ohio: Les Wexner & family, retail, $5.4 billion

Oklahoma: Harold Hamm & family, oil and gas, $19.5 billion

Oregon: Phil Knight & family, Nike, $30.7 billion

Pennsylvania: Victoria Mars, candy and pet food, $6 billion

Rhode Island: Jonathan Nelson, private equity, $1.8 billion

South Carolina: Anita Zucker, chemicals, $2.5 billion

South Dakota: T. Denny Sanford, banking and credit cards, $2.5 billion

Tennessee: Thomas Frist Jr & family, hospitals, $9.7 billion

Texas: Alice Walton, Walmart, $40 billion

Utah: Gail Miller, Utah Jazz and car dealers, $1.4 billion

Vermont: John Abele, healthcare, $630 million

Virginia: Jacqueline Mars, candy and pet food, $23.8 billion

Washington: Jeff Bezos, Amazon, $132 billion

West Virginia: Jim Justice II, coal, $1.9 billion

Wisconsin: John Menard Jr, home improvement, $10.5 billion

Wyoming: John Mars, candy and pet food, $23.8 billion

 

See the richest person in each state for 2018 on Forbes with links to each persons profile

See How The Richest Person In Every State Got Rich

 

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