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Dan Cathy Net Worth 2022

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Dan Cathy net worth

Dan Cathy net worth 2022:Daniel Truett Cathy is an American businessman. He is the chairman of the fast-food chain Chick-fil-A, which was founded and expanded by his father, S. Truett Cathy.

Dan Cathy net worth and Biography

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As of 2022, Dan Cathy net worth is valued at $7.1 billion making him one of the richest people in America.

Biography

Cathy was born in Jonesboro, Georgia, in 1953 as the first child of Jeanette and S. Truett Cathy. His father had recently started a restaurant known as the Dwarf House. Cathy has a younger brother, Bubba Cathy and a sister Trudy. In addition, their family fostered numerous children over the years.

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He began doing radio commercials for his father’s original Dwarf House restaurant in Hapeville, Georgia, in the late 1960s while he was attending local schools. By that time, his father was establishing additional restaurants around Atlanta and Georgia as he created the franchise chain known as Chick-fil-A.

Cathy earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Georgia Southern University in 1975. After graduation, he began working full-time for his father’s company, which had already been established as a franchise chain.

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Career

Cathy started as director of operations, eventually being promoted in 2013 to president and CEO. Cathy spends much of his time visiting the chain’s 2,000 restaurants.

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Cathy holds honorary doctorates from the University of West Georgia, Anderson College, Carver Bible College, and Pepperdine University. His family runs the WinShape Foundation, a non-profit which supports a group of Southern Baptist ministries.

Cathy is married with two children. He and his family live in Atlanta, Georgia

Dan Cathy net worth

As of 2022, Dan Cathy net worth is valued at $7.1 billion making him one of the richest people in America.

Source: Glusea

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