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Charles G. Koch

Charles G. KochAKA Charles De Ganahl Koch

Born: 1-Nov-1935
Birthplace: Wichita, KS

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Philanthropist, Business
Party Affiliation: Republican

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Conservative philanthropist, Koch heir

Multi-million dollar underwriter of right-wing political causes and candidates, along with his brother David.

Father: Fred C. Koch (Founded Koch Industries; b. 1900, d. 1967)
Mother: Mary Robinson Koch (b. 17-Oct-1907, m. 1932, d. 21-Dec-1990)
Brother: Frederick R. Koch (b. 1932)
Brother: David H. Koch (b. 1940)
Brother: William I. Koch (b. 1940)
Wife: Elizabeth
Son: Chase
Daughter: Elizabeth

    University: BS General Engineering, MIT (1957)
    University: MS Mechanical (Nuclear) Engineering, MIT (1958)
    University: MS Chemical Engineering, MIT (1959)

    Koch Industries Chairman and CEO (1967-)
    Koch Industries President (1966-74)
    Koch Industries President Koch Engineering Company (1963-71)
    Koch Industries VP Koch Engineering Company, Inc. (1961-63)
    Member of the Board of Intrust Bank
    Alexis de Tocqueville Institution
    American Legislative Exchange Council
    Brownback for President
    Bush-Cheney '04
    Cato Institute Founder (1977)
    Charles G. Koch Charitable Foundation Founder (1980)
    Citizens for a Sound Economy
    Friends of Roy Blunt
    Good Government for America Committee
    Institute for Humane Studies
    Institute for Justice
    John Birch Society
    John McCain 2008
    Mercatus Center
    Mont Pelerin Society
    National Petroleum Council
    Rand Paul for US Senate 2010
    Republican Majority Fund
    Dutch Ancestry

Official Website:
http://www.cgkfoundation.org/


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