Cindy McCain Net Worth: Age, Children, Family, Wedding

Cindy McCain Net Worth: Age, Children, Family, Wedding

Facts of Cindy McCain Net Worth: Age, Children, Family, Wedding

Net worth$200 million
Date of Birth:1954 May 20
First NameCindy Lou
Last NameHensley-McCain
NationalityAmerican
AkaCindy McCain
Age:65 years old
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 5 feet 5 inch

Cindy McCain is an American educator, a businesswoman, a philanthropist, and a humanitarian worker with the net worth of around $200 million. She is the wife of the (now late and former) U.S. senator, John McCain, and loving mother to their 4 children.

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Income Sources, Assets, and property of Cindy McCain

This talented lady deserves the huge amount of net worth as she founded her own business in 2008, especially her logging business.

She has a reputation as her father, however, which also helps to gain both name and fame. She also has her own business and some fashion house and also invests in the real estate business. Meanwhile, she is mostly active in social works and charitable works as well. 

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 Cindy McCain, Sen. John McCain's widow, has purchased another home in north-central Phoenix.

According to public real-estate records, the Cindy Hensley McCain Family Trust paid $2.28 million for a 5,000-square-foot house not far from a property the couple sold a decade ago. The country-style French home has five bedrooms, five bathrooms, marble floors, two laundry rooms and a large backyard with a gazebo.

As John McCain made his second presidential run in 2008, the couple sold for $3.2 million a nearly 14,500-square-foot house on 2 acres near Central and Glendale avenues.

In 2007, the McCains moved to a new condominium on 24th Street and Camelback Road near Phoenix's Arizona Biltmore. According to real estate listings, that condo does not seem to be for sale. Richard and Alejandra Stark sold the house purchased by the McCain trust late last week.

Cindy McCain is board chairwoman and majority owner at Hensley Beverage Co., a role she assumed when her father and company founder Jim Hensley died in 2000. A representative for Cindy McCain did not immediately respond to requests for comment on the purchase of the house.

The McCains also have a ranch on the side of the river in Cornville, Arizona, and condos in La Jolla, California; Coronado, California; and Arlington, Virginia; according to the 2008 presidential race campaign disclosures by John McCain.

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Early Life of Cindy McCain

Cindy McCain was born on May 20, 1954, in the United States of America as Cindy Lou Hensley in Phoenix, Arizona. She was born in a wealthy family, and she grew up having the best that life has to offer to the rich's children.

Career of Cindy McCain

Cindy McCain was named "Junior Rodeo Queen of Arizona" in 1968 at the age of 14. She attended Phoenix's Central High School and completed her studies in 1972; she was named in her senior years as the "Best Dressed" in school. She then applied and was admitted to the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, where she graduated in 1976 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education.

 

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She joined the Kappa-Alpha-Theta sorority as a freshman while in college and was groomed to hold a very key and strategic leadership position in the house throughout her college years. Not yet satisfied with her first degree, she put in for her post-graduate studies and was awarded a Master of Arts degree in Special Education just two years later in 1978.

Cindy McCain was offered an executive position in the business of her family after completing her postgraduate studies, but her passion to help educate and nurture children with special needs made her turn down the offer. She worked for a year at Agua Fria High School, Avondale, Arizona, as a special education teacher who saw her working with children with multiple disabilities and Down syndrome.

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Personal Life of Cindy McCain

John had been married to Carol McCain for 14 years, when he met and liked Cindy Hensley, so they couldn't make their love official right away. Shortly after meeting Cindy, John began filing for divorce from his then-current wife and in January 1980, unfortunately, they stopped living together as a couple. Two months later, Carol gave her consent to John's divorce, and the proceedings were finalized in April 1980. Meanwhile, despite his divorce proceedings with his wife, John's relationship with Cindy continued to grow.

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A month after John's divorce became official, he married Cindy on May 17, 1980, at a beautiful ceremony at the Arizona Biltmore Hotel, Phoenix. In order to save their marriage from the financial crisis in the future, both John and Cindy signed a pre-nuptial agreement under which she would keep most of the assets of her family under her maiden name; they also kept their individual finances separate while they were married, and they paid separate income taxes on their earnings.

For the next 3 years of her life, Cindy devoted her time and resources to help her husband win his bid to be elected to the U.S. Senate by launching fund-raisers and committing her personal finances to foot the campaign bills. She would go with him from door to door campaigning as well. This period's stress would tell Cindy, as she suffered several miscarriages in the couple's bid to procreate.

Cindy McCain's husband was diagnosed with an aggressive brain tumor – glioblastoma in 2017, and though he underwent surgery and treatment to solve this issue, he eventually died on August 25, 2018, aged 81.

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Children

In 1984, after a successful election bid from her husband, Cindy moved back to Arizona and gave birth to her first child – a daughter they named Meghan. In 1986 and 1988, two sons would follow suit named John Sidney IV and James.

While Cindy was visiting Mother Theresa's orphanage in Dhaka in 1991, she saw two girls in the United States urgently in need of medical help and immediately began the process of adopting one of the girls she named Bridget; the adoption became official in 1993. Therefore, McCain's had four children together.

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