Alan Fox Knew The Danger

Geroge Mclean appears to have been the top architect for the richest man in the world why may have pulled a fast one on his alleged daughter by allegedly leaving a sample of his frozen DNA behind. Who’s to say it is his? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Westlake_Village,_California

Daniel Keith Ludwig (June 24, 1897 – August 27, 1992) was a United States shipping magnate, businessman with numerous companies, and billionaire. He pioneered the construction of super tankers in Japan, founded Exportadora de Sal, SA in Mexico and developed it as the largest salt company in the world, built a model community in association with his huge Jari project on the Amazon River in Brazil to produce pulp paper, and had numerous hotels around the world.
Even though he was one of the wealthiest men of his day, with operations spanning 23 countries,[1] his name was little known. Throughout his business life, he maintained a low profile; he stopped speaking to the press in the 1950s. Ludwig was #1 on the first Forbes 400 “Richest Americans” list, published in 1982.

Daniel K. Ludwig was married twice. He married Gladys Madeline Ludwig (1904–1978), in Florida on October 29, 1928; she had a daughter Patricia Margaret born on October 8, 1936. They divorced in April 1937. Estranged from his wife, Ludwig did not acknowledge the girl as his daughter.[3] Believing Patricia might at some later time try to challenge the terms of his will and claim part of his estate, in the 1970s Daniel Ludwig had blood samples frozen that could be used for genetic testing if ever necessary. Patricia Ludwig did file a lawsuit in the 1990s after his death, but DNA analysis proved Ludwig was not her father, and the case was dismissed.[6]

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Alan claims he is a billionaire. He just got married. Steve Harvey says Alan contributed generously to his foundation. He founded Rattle. He never dreamed a mother would take her eight year old daughter down to the water. I want his personal opinion.

http://www.rattle.com/tag/alan-fox/

Jon Presco

Alan C. Fox (born June 30, 1944) is a New York Times bestselling author, and founder of the Rattle Poetry Journal. He is also president and founder of ACF Property Management, a commercial real estate company based in Studio City, California, and an active philanthropist.

Writing[edit]

Fox has an MFA in professional writing from the University of Southern California and has written two books: People Tools: 54 Strategies for Building Relationships, Creating Joy, and Embracing Prosperity, which made both The New York Times Best Seller list and the Publishers Weekly Bestseller list in February, 2014.[1][2] and the…

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