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Old 31 Oct 2010 , 15:30 PM   #20
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Re: David Angell and Lynn Angell

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Originally Posted by Julia.M.Lazare View Post
WOrking hardf on financial timeline of the Angell's QUITE amazing........the house timing IS VERY INTERESTING in as
much as their "home" was FINISHED IN 2003!!!!!
address: 149 hardings lane, Chatham
NOT to be "confused" with their other THREE "homes" in Chatham, MA
Nice work! That's VERY interesting. Why on earth would they want four separate homes in an area as small as Chatham? Some sources claim that this particular property was entering the final stages of construction in September 2001, and that this was the reason for the couple's visit to Cape Cod. Yet it took another two years to complete the build? Do you know whether it was sold on and the name of the person or organisation listed as the seller? Is there any information on the current owner, or previous owner(s) if the property has changed hands again?

Sorry to bombard you with questions!

Here's what it looks like on Google Maps. Not exactly a rough neighborhood is it? Not bad at all for someone whose main contribution to the world was coining the term 'boinking' as a euphemism for sex!

http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?hl=en&...ed=0CBUQ8gEwAA

On the subject of financing, here's some details on The Angell Foundation's assets and income for financial years 2007/8 and 2008/9:

2007/8
Assets $65,963,860
Income $12,225,299
Source: http://www.faqs.org/tax-exempt/CA/An...oundation.html

2008/9
Assets $82,434,193
Income $23,782,211
Source: http://www.implu.com/nonprofit/10789717

This is serious money indeed. The couple's entire estate was valued at $55 million in 2001, yet somehow the Foundation has managed to earn close to half that amount in just one financial year, and well over half in just two financial years! To put this in perspective, here's the Foundation's total grantmaking for the years in question:

2008: $2,814,200
2009: $3,560,800

I for one am in dire need of Perry Oretzky's services as a financial advisor!

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