Frank Lautenberg Net Worth

Frank Lautenberg Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Frank Raleigh Lautenberg net worth is
$55 Million

Frank Raleigh Lautenberg Wiki Biography

Frank Raleigh Lautenberg (/ˈlɔːtənbɜrɡ/; January 23, 1924 – June 3, 2013) was a United States Senator from New Jersey and a member of the Democratic Party. He first served in the United States Senate from 1982 to 2001; after a brief retirement, he was asked by his party to run again after Robert Torricelli dropped out of the 2002 Senate race due to a scandal. Lautenberg was re-elected to the Senate and served from 2003 until his death in June 2013. He was the last serving veteran of World War II in the United States Senate. Before entering politics, he was the chairman and chief executive officer of Automatic Data Processing, Inc.He has been called "the last of the New Deal liberals" and was known for his legislative efforts against drunk driving, and his support of spending for Amtrak and urban public transportation, for stronger environmental regulations, greater consumer protections, and investigations of wrongdoing by Wall Street.

Full NameFrank Lautenberg
Net Worth$55 Million
Date Of BirthJanuary 23, 1924
Place Of BirthPaterson, New Jersey, USA
ProfessionPolitician, Author, Businessperson
EducationColumbia Business School
SpouseBonnie Englebardt
ChildrenLisa, Nan, Joshua, Ellen
1He was inducted into the 2015 New Jersey Hall of Fame for his services in public service.
2Commissioner of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, 1978-1982.
3He had three daughters: Nan, Ellen, and Lisa; and a son, Josh with his first wife, Lois. He also had two stepdaughters: Danielle Englebardt and Lara Englebardt Metz with his second wife, Bonnie.
4Democrat US senator from New Jersey. Elected to his first term in November 1982. He was then appointed to the Senate by the state's governor on 27 December 1982 to complete the unexpired term of Nicholas Brady, and served 27 December 1982-3 January 2001. He did not seek reelection in 2000. He ran again in 2002 and won. His second period of Senate service was 3 January 2003-3 June 2013 (until his death).


Fuel2008/IDocumentaryHimself - Senator - New Jersey
Hardball with Chris Matthews2005TV SeriesHimself

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The World According to Dick Cheney2013DocumentaryHimself - Congressman

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