TOMMY BAGWELL • Net Worth $1 Billion • House • Yacht • Private Jet • American Proteins

Name:Tommy Bagwell
Net Worth:$ 1 billion
Source of Wealth:American Proteins
Born:1945
Country:USA
Spouse:Chantal Bagwell
Children:Remi, Monique, Leigh
Residence:Cummings, Georgia, USA
Private Jet:Cessna Citation 680 Sovereign (N413CK)
YachtChantal Ma Vie

Who is Tommy Bagwell?

He was the owner and Chairman of American Proteins Inc until he sold the company. He was born in 1945. He is married to Chantal. He has 3 children. Bagwell is the owner of the Chantal Ma Vie yacht.

American Proteins

American Proteins is a world leader in poultry protein and fat sales. The companies products are used as components in the poultry, livestock, and pet food industries.

American Proteins’  plants process the raw poultry material into nutrient-rich feed supplements for the poultry, livestock, and pet food industries all around the world.

The company was founded in 1949 by Tommy’s father Leland Bagwell.

Tommy Bagwell Net Worth

We estimate his net worth at US$ 1 billion. In 2018 Bagwell sold American Proteins to Tyson Foods for US$ 850 million. But the family has owned the (profitable and debt-free) company for 69 years. So we estimate at least another US$ 150 million in accumulated wealth.

Tyson Food’s chairman John Tyson is the owner of the Lurssen yacht Horizons III.

Philanthropy

Tommy and his wife Chantal are active philanthropists through their The Chantal and Tommy Bagwell Foundation, Inc.

The Foundation has more than US$ 100 million in assets and donates more than US$ 5 million per year.

Sources

http://www.americanproteins.com

https://the-chantal-and-tommybagwell-foundation-inc/

http://www.sbnonline.com/article/born-leader-how-tommybagwell-drives-success-at-american-proteins-inc/

Yacht Chantal Ma Vie Owner

Tommy Bagwell


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Tommy Bagwell House

Tommy Bagwell Yacht


He is the owner of the yacht Chantal Ma Vie. And he also owns a large houseboat named Amistad. Amistad is docked behind the house. Bagwell built this houseboat himself.