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Jack Taylor Net Worth:
|Birth date:||October 15, 1976|
|Death date:||July 2, 2016, St. Louis, Missouri, United States|
|Birth place:||St. Louis, Missouri, United States|
|Education:||Washington University in St. Louis, University of Denver, Olin Business School|
|Spouse:||Mary Ann Taylor|
|Children:||Andrew C. Taylor, Jo Ann Taylor Kindle|
|Parents:||Melburne Martling Taylor|
|Awards:||Distinguished Flying Cross, Presidential Unit Citation|
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Jack Taylor Net Worth $14.8 Billion
American businessman Jack Taylor is the founder of the Enterprise Rent-A-Car Company with an estimated net worth of $14.8 billion as of February 2015 according to Bloomberg Billionaires Record. Taylor has made bulk of his estimated net worth of $11 billion when he founded Enterprise Rent-A-Car Company, a car rental company founded in 1957 and is based in Clayton, Missouri. Additionally, it oversees commercial fleet management, used car sales, and commercial truck rental operations. Jack Taylor founded Enterprise Holdings in 1958 and has spun its fleet management business in 2011. It’s the parent company of car rental businesses Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental, Alamo Rent-A-Car, Philly CarShare and WeCar. It’s the biggest car rental company in term of sales which exceeded $14 billion in 2012. He nevertheless serves as an advisory director and continues to play a part in the tactical conclusions. His daughter, Jo Ann Taylor Kindle, is in-charge of Enterprise Foundation. Produced Jack Crawford Taylor, he went to Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis in 1940 but he left school to join the U.S. Navy. He served as a pilot during World War II and took the F6F Hellcat fighter in the decks of the USS Essex (CV-9) as well as the USS Enterprise (CV-6). Jack Taylor is famous for his size-able non-profit contributions. The family fund, The Crawford Taylor Foundation, supports animal welfare, community development, the surroundings and services for women and youths. Its primary focus is helping the organization in the St. Louis metropolitan area. He has given $30 million to the Missouri Botanical Garden and $40 million to the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.