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|Birth date:||May 20, 1954|
|Birth place:||Phoenix, Arizona, United States|
|Education:||University of Southern California|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||John McCain (m. 1980)|
|Children:||Meghan McCain, Bridget McCain, James McCain, John Sidney McCain IV|
|Parents:||Jim Hensley, Marguerite "Smitty" Hensley|
|Siblings:||Dixie L. Burd, Kathleen Hensely Portalski|
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Famous for being the wife of the republican John McCain of Arizona, Cindy McCain is a businesswoman and philanthropist with an estimated net worth of $100 million in 2012.
Cindy McCain Net Worth $100 Million
Born and raised in Arizona, Cindy McCain is the heiress of the famous Jim Hensley, an extremely wealthy Anheuser-Buschbeer provider in America. McCain is a grad of instruction at University of Southern California where she also completed her master’s degree. After being a special teacher, she married John McCain and they were blessed with three kids collectively. She then founded the American Voluntary Medical Team, a non profit organization which aims to form the trips of medical professionals to war torn or disaster stricken third world nations.
Cindy McCain husband John McCain was formerly married to Carol McCain for 14 years. When the couple divorce in April 1980, John married Cindy a month later, using a prenuptial agreement signed ahead. The couple have three kids together named Mehgan, Jack and Jimmy. Their fourth child named Bridget was adopted. Cindy McCain is known to be of full support to her husband’s political dreams. In reality, Cindy has used her father’s business and political contacts to help her husband made it into the Arizona politics.
When her father expired in 2000, large part of the shares in Hensley & Co.was given to her and she became the Chairman of the Board. Through time, Cindy McCain continues to be active in her philanthropic endeavors and she is now section of the board of several businesses in the U.S. like HALO Trust, CARE and Operation Smile.