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Mark Rockefeller

Mark Fitler Rockefeller (born 1967) is a fourth-generation member of the Rockefeller family. He is the younger son of former U.S. Vice President Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller (1908–1979) and Happy Rockefeller. Rockefeller was Chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation in 2010.[1]

Rockefeller was raised at Kykuit, the central mansion at the Pocantico family estate in Westchester County in New York State. He is an alum of the Buckley School, Deerfield Academy, and Princeton University, and he received an M.B.A. from Harvard University's Graduate School of Business Administration.[2] He played football, basketball, and baseball at Deerfield, and played football at Princeton as a walk-on.[3]

Rockefeller and his wife own South Fork Properties (South Fork Lodge, situated an hour from Historic Hudson Valley, in November 1999.[2] Historic Hudson Valley was founded in 1951 as Sleepy Hollow Restorations by his grandfather, John D. Rockefeller Jr.; Rockefeller's older brother, Nelson Rockefeller Jr., also serves on its Board.[5]

In 1998 he married Renee Anne Anisko at the Church of the Magdalene in Pocantico Hills. Renee (born 1968) received a law degree cum laude from Temple University.[4]

In 2013 it was revealed by the New York Post that Rockefeller received up to $342,634 in taxpayer money for owning unused farmland.[6] Will own 63 square kilometres of land (15,500 acres) in Australia as of 2017 based by David Rockefeller's will .

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  1. ^ 2010 Board of Directors. National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. Retrieved October 25, 2010.
  2. ^ a b "About Sponsor Direct - Management Team". Sponsor Direct, LLC. Retrieved 24 January 2010. 
  3. ^ William N. Wallace (15 October 1988). "College Football Notebook; Many Points Likely at Army".  
  4. ^ a b "Weddings; Renee Anisko, Mark Rockefeller".  
  5. ^ "Rockefeller Named Chairman of Historic Hudson Valley". Historic Hudson River Towns – official website. Half Moon Press. December 1999. Retrieved 24 January 2010. 
  6. ^ "A load of crop". NYPost. Ny Post. Jan 2013. Retrieved 24 January 2013. 

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