Susan Thompson Buffett (June 15, 1932 – July 29, 2004) was an American activist for the causes of civil rights, abortion rights and birth control, and the first wife of investor Warren Buffett. She was a director of Berkshire Hathaway , owning 2.2 percent of the company worth about $3 billion at the time of her death,  making her the 153rd richest person in the world. 
Susan Buffett didn't find out her father, billionaire Warren Buffett, was rich until her early 20s, and she definitely didn't hear it from her parents. "I didn’t really have any idea about any...
Susan T. Buffett, the wife of billionaire investor Warren Buffett, died Thursday of a stroke while visiting friends in Cody, Wyo., Buffett’s company said. Warren Buffet and his wife married in 1952.
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett had an open marriage with his first wife, Susan Thompson, until her death in 2004. Thompson left Buffett to pursue a singing career, but they remained...
Susan was an American activist who supported civil rights, abortion and birth control rights among women. Native to Omaha Nebraska, the first wife of Warren died in 2004 of a stroke at the age of 72. The two were in an open relationship and while they were married to each other, Warren started dating his now second wife, Astrid Menks.
Buffett was born on August 30, 1930, in Omaha, Nebraska, and by the young age of 26 he formed his first company, Buffett Partnership, LTD, and earned his first millions. Taking a cue from his stockbroker father, he also began investing in the textile company Berkshire Hathaway and he gained controlling stock in the company by 1965.
Buffett married his first wife Susan in 1952 and they were married until her death in 2004. Susie says her parents’ marriage is the reason for her father’s success. “I don’t think there would...
The founder of the Sherwood Foundation, a children's charity, Susan takes part in a portrait of her father, HBO's "Becoming Warren Buffett," which premiered Monday.
She is also on the boards of the Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation, [circular reference] The Buffett Early Childhood Institute, and Girls, Inc. According to a 2010 interview with her brother Howard Graham Buffett, Buffett's philanthropic focus has consistently remained on children, education and family issues, but she has also committed to other causes, including Debt, AIDS, Trade, Africa, a non-governmental organization dedicated to various improvements in Africa.
The Susan T. Buffett Foundation has offered scholarships to college students in Nebraska for over 50 years. Scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis to first-time freshman entering college who live in Nebraska, graduate from a Nebraska high school (or GED) with plans to attend a Nebraska public college, and demonstrate financial need.