Fil-Am Nurse Inherited Millions from Heiress Employer
Sep 13, 2013
The life of a Filipina-American nurse who inherited millions from her employer is a huge part of the forthcoming novel entitled, “Empty Mansions.” The book written by Bill Dedman and Paul Clark Newell, Jr. and published by Ballantine Books is mainly about the life of Huguette Clark, the generous and very rich heiress who spent the last two decades of her life in isolation.
Clark who doesn't have a child left Oloroso more than 30 million dollars worth of cars and properties. She is also set to inherit the copper-mining business of her generous employer.
These houses include two apartments at the Gatsby, a pre-war building on East Ninety-Sixth Street in Manhattan with views of Central Park.
Dedman wrote in his book, "She paid for twenty years of schooling for the three Peri children...for their medical bills, piano lessons, violin lessons, and Hebrew lessons, their basketball and summer camps in upstate New York."
He added, "When the Peris had some trouble with back taxes, she paid for that" as well.
The book author described, “For many years (Oloroso) worked for Huguette from 8am to 8 pm, 12 hours a day, seven days a week, 52 weeks a year," Dedman said. She was up and out of the house before her children left for school and home close to bedtime,"
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