Loretta Robinson & family Net Worth

Loretta Robinson and her family inherited a large stake in Rogers Communications, a Canadian media company founded by her late husband Ted Rogers in 1960. The company provides cable television, telephone, wireless and internet services, and also owns Rogers Publishing, Canada's largest publisher. The family is also known for their philanthropy, having donated $15 million to the Ted Rogers School of Business at Ryerson University and $130 million to create the Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research, the largest single donation in Canadian health care history. Her son Edward Rogers III serves as Rogers Communications' deputy chairman and daughter Melinda sits on the board.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Birth Year 1939
Birth Place Toronto, Canada, Canada
Residence Toronto, Canada
Spouse(s) Ted Rogers (deceased)
Children Lisa Anne Rogers Edward Rogers III Melinda Mary Rogers Martha Loretta Rogers
Parent(s) Roland Robinson, 1st Baron Martonmere

💰 Net worth: $7.16 Billion

Loretta Robinson and her family are a prominent figure in the Canadian media and entertainment industry. With their vast experience and successful ventures, they have amassed a net worth estimated to be a staggering $7.16 billion by 2024. The Robinson family's contributions to the Canadian entertainment landscape have been extensive, ranging from film production and distribution to television networks and streaming platforms. Their entrepreneurial spirit and ability to anticipate industry trends have propelled them to great success, making them one of the wealthiest families in the country.

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A baron's daughter; Rogers was born the Honorable Loretta Anne Robinson on 13 April 1939, the only daughter of Roland Robinson, 1st Baron Martonmere (1907-1989) and Lady Martonmere, (née Maysie Gasque) (died 1989). Her Father was a British Conservative Party Politician and Governor of Bermuda from 1964 to 1972.


Rogers has served as a Non-Independent Director of Rogers Communications Inc. since December 1979, and is a Director of Rogers Media Inc., Rogers Telecommunications Inc., Rogers Cable Inc., and Rogers Wireless Communications Inc.


With her late husband, Ted Rogers, she established the Loretta A. Rogers Chair in Eating Disorders at Toronto General & Western Hospital, part of the University Health Network, where she has served on the Foundation Board since 2005 and where, in 2009, the Ted Rogers and Family Chair in Heart Function was established, further complemented by the Ted Rogers Centre of Excellence in Heart Function in 2012,


In February 2016, Forbes magazine estimated Rogers' net worth at US$5.5 billion.