Tom Smith Net Worth – Wiki, Businessman, Spouse

By | July 24, 2017

American businessman Tom Smith net worth was estimated to be $70 million which he left in 2015. Find out his wiki, wife, family and success story. Thomas Joel, popularly known as Tom Smith, was born in 1947 at Armstrong country, Pennsylvania. He did many roles in his life like, Politician, Coal mining businessman and a farmer. He is a very kind person and has adopted seven children.

Tom Smith

Full Name Tom Smith
Birth Date October 20, 1947
Net Worth $70 Million
Source of Income Businessman
Annual Salary $2 Million
Ethnicity White
Wife Saundy Smith
Passed Away October 17, 2015

He lived in Elderton area  and also graduated from Elderton High school. At very young age of 19, he left his studies and managed the family farm for his family, because of  his father’s illness at that time. Earlier he was working in a coal mine and later on he started running his own coal mine. He also took over the School bus company and adopted 3 Biological children and four more children from Texas. He was also the member of the Mount Union Lutheran Church. Tom also built  Smith Complex along with her wife and a gym on his land.

In a very short period of time, Smith became a very powerful businessman. He raised his money by his existing property, and did business for 20 years, and employed 100 people. He also earned fortunes by serving The country through Politics. His net worth is estimated to be $60 to $70 million.

After his study, he had been married to his girlfriend named Saundy Smith since 1968. They lived in Armstrong with seven children. His children were very active in sports and his wife was very passionately involved sporting them in their events and games. He is very passionate about his career in his life, but his first priority and his love was his family.

After schooling, Smith worked in a coal mining, and in 1989 he purchased that mine. He also led a life of a politician, as he was involved in politics as a democrat and served the Plum Creek Township Board of Supervisors and later become the president of that board. He was a democratic committee person and for four decades he worked as a politician in a party. In April, 2012 he ran for the United States Senate elections and won the race with 43%. In September, 2012 he released a five point economic plan named ”Restoring the American dream” which focused on reducing federal spending and easing domestic production.


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