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Since February 2016, the 19-year-old lady hasn’t failed to show her luxurious lifestyle and especially a hobby they have in common and the motive for which they both met.
Eugenio Garza Pérez was born in Monterrey, Mexico and moved to the United States at the age of 15 to study, following the equestrian activity practiced by family tradition. like Eve Jobs, he is also member of a family with successful entrepreneurs.
She was a vegetarian, like Jobs, and a former investment banker. A year after Jobs ran across the Stanford parking lot to ask the blonde beauty to dinner, the two married, in 1991, at a Zen Buddhist Ceremony at Yosemite National Park.
She's since co-founded a natural foods company, actively championed Teach for America, and supported Hillary Clinton's presidential bid.
The philanthropist became a multi-billionaire after inheriting her husband’s massive fortune after his death in 2011.
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His biological sister is novelist Mona Simpson Jobs' biological parents, Jandali and Joanne Carole Schiebele, then an American grad student, married 10 months after giving Steve up for adoption. Jobs didn't meet his biological sibling until he was 27, when she invited him to a book party for her novel, , the two were close. He cited a calligraphy class he'd taken there as an influence on his Apple products. Markoff wrote that Jobs "said there were things about him that people who had not tried psychedelics — even people who knew him well, including his wife — could never understand." 5.
He met his wife at Stanford Jobs met his wife, Laurene Powell, when he spoke at the Stanford Business School, where she was pursuing an MBA.
In the days following his death, obituaries and reflections on Steve Jobs are revealing intriguing, little-known facts about the enigmatic Apple co-founder who closely guarded his private life. He was adopted, and his biological father was Syrian Jobs was adopted, and his biological father, Abdulfattah Jandali, was a Syrian man who went on to become a political science professor.
Arabs embraced Jobs because of his Syrian roots, and the once called him "The Most Famous Arab in the World." Jandali, now 80 and living in Nevada, had only light contact with his famous son through the years, sending him a birthday greeting but little else.