David Rockefeller – the last surviving grandchild of Standard Oil founder John D. Rockefeller - died in his sleep from congestive heart failure at his New York home on Monday.
He was 101 years old; the world’s oldest billionaire.
At the time of his death, Forbes estimated Rockefeller's net worth at about R42 billion.
Rockefeller was a former head of Chase Manhattan bank and a celebrity in US political circles.
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