Maggie Magerko Net Worth

Maggie Magerko, born in 1964 in Belle Vernon, Pennsylvania, is the owner of 84 Lumber, a building materials giant. After almost going bankrupt during the Great Recession, Magerko has made a remarkable comeback, thanks to the recovery of the housing market and her own smarter management. She has closed half of the 500 stores and is now focused on running a leaner operation with fewer stores in more strategic locations. Magerko learned the lumber business from her father Joe Hardy, who started 84 Lumber in 1956 and was famously frugal until he splurged on a lavish resort.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Birth Year 1964
Birth Place Belle Vernon, Pennsylvania, United States
Occupation Businesswoman
Known for owner of 84 Lumber and Nemacolin Woodlands Resort
Spouse(s) Peter J. Magerko
Children 1 son
Parent(s) Joseph A. Hardy III

💰 Net worth: $1.4 Billion (2023)

Maggie Magerko, an influential entrepreneur and businesswoman in the United States, is estimated to have a net worth of $1.4 billion by 2023. With a reputation for her exceptional service and dedication, she has earned recognition and success in various industries. Through her relentless efforts, Magerko has built an impressive fortune, establishing herself as a prominent figure in the business world. Her remarkable achievements exemplify her passion for providing exceptional service to her clientele and contributing to the growth and development of various sectors within the United States.

2009 $1.05 Billion
2010 $1 Billion
2015 $1.2 Billion
2016 $1.8 Billion
2017 $1.3 Billion
2018 $1.3 Billion

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In 1992, she married Peter J. Magerko, a former member of the Marine Corps and the Pennsylvania State Police, and they have one son together. In September 2017, she filed for divorce.


Magerko helped develop 84 Lumber's 2017 Super Bowl commercial, which stirred controversy before airing for featuring a border wall separating a mother and child from presumed freedom, following their visibly arduous journey to it. The wall was deemed too political by Fox and so was edited out for broadcast, effectively censoring the ad. The Washington Times reported that she "says she’s a staunch supporter of President Trump and his proposed U.S.-Mexico border wall" and that "Mrs. Magerko said she personally helped develop the commercial but said her politics had nothing to do with its message."