Diane Hendricks Bio, Wiki, Age, Family, ABC Supply, Height and Net Worth

Diane Hendricks (Diane Marie Hendricks) is an American billionaire businesswoman and film producer from Wisconsin, widow of businessman Ken Hendricks.

Diane Hendricks Wiki

Diane Hendricks (Diane Marie Hendricks) is an American billionaire businesswoman and film producer from Wisconsin, a widow of businessman Ken Hendricks.

Diane Hendricks

Diane Hendricks Biography

Daiane has produced movies like The Stoning of Soraya M. in 2008, about execution in an Iranian village, An American Carol, in 2008, and Snowmen, in 2010.

Diane Hendricks Age

She was born in 1947.

Diane Hendricks Family

Diane Hendricks was born and raised in Wisconsin. She is the daughter of dairy farmers. Nothing much is known about her parents or siblings.

Diane Hendricks Husband

Diane was married to businessman Ken Hendricks. The couple has seven children. Kenneth died in 2007 after he fell through a subfloor under construction and into the garage of his home.

Diane Hendricks Net Worth

Diane has a net worth of 6.2 billion USD.

Diane Hendricks ABC Supply

Diane is the ABC Supply Co. Inc., the company she co-founded with her late husband, Ken Hendricks. The company is one of the largest wholesale distributors of roofing in the United States and one of the nation’s largest distributors of siding, windows and other select exterior building products.

ABC Supply Co. Inc. has been the recipient of seven consecutive Gallup Great Workplace Awards, which honors the most engaged and productive workforces in the world.

Diane Hendricks Beloit

Diane serves on the Board of Trustees of Beloit College.

Diane Hendricks Quotes

  • People have lost what this nation was built on. I think our core values have been set aside… I believe in the Constitution, the Bill of Rights.
  • I’ve always been very driven and knew that to get where I wanted to go, I could never give up.
  • Talk to successful entrepreneurs. Learn about what they’ve experienced so you can avoid some of the pitfalls that come with wealth.
  • I’m not a meek lady who stays at home and cooks.
  • I don’t think I have ever taken any ‘offbeat’ advice. Actually, I don’t know I take any advice very often. I trust my own instincts and seek out information so I can make fully informed decisions. That’s what’s worked for me.
  • I don’t have heroes, exactly, but I do have people I hold in high respect. Ronald Reagan, for example, stood for ideals that I value: integrity, patriotism and a fundamental belief in goodness and capabilities of mankind.
  • Did we ever plan on being billionaires? No, but we wanted to be millionaires.
  • If we just go back to the basics… I do not want to give up our republic and become a socialistic ideological nation. That’s not who we are.
  • We need to get out of the way of the small business owner – and big business owners – and allow them to do what the government can only dream of doing: creating jobs and thereby creating wealth.
  • It’s sad that we vote for and elect officials to run our state, run our country, over social issues. I don’t believe they belong in politics.
  • I’m one of nine sisters. My parents were dairy farmers in Wisconsin. My father didn’t believe in girls doing farm work. Girls did housework, and he hired young men to do farm work. I would have preferred to be outside.

Diane Hendricks Trump

In 2016, Trump added Dianne as part of his 13-member economic advisory team. At first, the team included six who had been named but no women. After criticism from experts and pundits, Trump added eight women and one more man. Among the eight women he named, was Diane.

Before joining Trump advisory team, Diane was an ardent and generous supporter of Wisconsin governor Scott Walker and she even gave $5 million to a Super PAC supporting his presidential candidacy.

Diane Hendricks Delafield

Diane’s company has purchased many of Delafield’s properties. As of March 2018, her company, Hendricks Commercial Properties owned 19 properties in Delafield. These properties include; be FITNESS, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, Milwaukee Street Traders Coffee Shop, Craig Berns Salon and Spa, Belfry Kitchen, and Eye Candy.