| Racine, Wisconsin, United States|
Kellogg School of Management
former chairman of the Diversey, Inc.
$3.0 billion (May 2015)
Herbert Fisk Johnson III
Winnie Johnson-Marquart (siblings)
Samuel Curtis Johnson, Jr.'s son
Tracie Stier-Johnson (m. 2001)
Herbert Fisk Johnson III, Helen Johnson-Leipold, Winnie Johnson-Marquart
Piper Johnson, Wynter Johnson, Taylor Johnson, Hunter Johnson
Imogene Powers Johnson, Samuel Curtis Johnson, Jr., Imogine Powers Johnson
Samuel Curtis Johnson, Herbert Fisk Johnson III, Helen Johnson‑Leipold, Winnie Johnson‑Marquart, Imogene Powers Johnson
Herbert Fisk Johnson, Jr.
S. Curtis Johnson Wikipedia
S. Curtis "Curt" Johnson is the son of Samuel Curtis Johnson, Jr., who died in 2004, and Imogene Powers Johnson and the great great grandson of S. C. Johnson & Son founder Samuel Curtis Johnson, Sr.. The 2013 Forbes 400 list of richest persons in the world placed him at 166 with a net worth of $3 billion, in a 5-way tie for this place, with his equally rich mother, two sisters, and brother (all of whom live in Racine, except one sister).
He was the chairman of the Diversey, Inc. subsidiary of Johnson Family Enterprises. He resigned that position in early 2011 citing "personal reasons", however his bail conditions stated he was allowed to leave the state to conduct business. His sister, Helen Johnson-Leipold now heads the firm.
In March 2011, Johnson was charged in Racine County Circuit Court with sexually assaulting his step-daughter over a period of three years, starting from when she was 12 years old. In June 2014, he pleaded guilty to two misdemeanors. The victim had moved to North Carolina and wanted the case dismissed and fought efforts to make her appear and testify. Johnson was sentenced to four months in jail with Huber privileges after 60 days and fined $6,000. He will not have to register as a sex offender. If convicted of the felony charges he could have been sentenced to as much as 40 years in prison.
Curtis Johnson gave the Republican National Committee (RNC) $15,000 on June 2009. In 2008, he donated $1,000 to the RNC. He gave a total of $2,000 to Representative Paul Ryan, in four separate donations. The S.C. Johnson and Sons political action committee (PAC) donated $99,700 in 2010 alone. In 2008 it donated $94,125 and similar amounts in previous years. Cornell University, Bachelor of Arts / Science
Northwestern University, Master of Business Administration