|Full Name Joan Hyman|
Education University of Michigan
Net worth 3.1 billion USD (2015)
|Name Joan Tisch|
Nationality United States
|Occupation Investor, Philanthropist|
Spouse Preston Robert Tisch (m. 1948–2005)
Children Jonathan Tisch, Steve Tisch, Laurie Tisch
Grandchildren Carolyn Tisch Sussman, Emily Tisch Sussman, Zachary Tisch, Holden Tisch, Elizabeth Tisch
Similar People Preston Robert Tisch, Jonathan Tisch, Steve Tisch, Laurence Tisch, Jamie Tisch
Joan Tisch (née Hyman) was an American socialite and heiress. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan and billionaire heir to the Tisch family fortune (through the Loews Corporation, which remains under family control).
Tisch was born to Howard N. Hyman and his wife, Marie Ziegler. Her father was a Manhattan dentist who helped disabled war veterans attend theater and sporting events. He persuaded Jack Mara, then president of the New York Giants, to donate 400 seats for each home game to disabled fans and their companions, according to a news release from Loews upon his death in 1981. Her mother was born in Germany.
Personal lifeIn 1948, she received a bachelor's degree in English from the University of Michigan and married Preston Robert "Bob" Tisch (1926–2005) the same year. They had three children:
Joan Tisch died on the morning of November 2, 2017, at the age of 90 after a brief illness.
ReferencesJoan Tisch Wikipedia
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