Esther Pauline Friedman Net Worth

Esther Pauline Friedman Net Worth is
$14 Million

Esther Pauline Friedman Bio/Wiki, Net Worth

Ann Landers was born on July 4, 1918 in Sioux City, Iowa, USA as Esther Pauline Friedman. She was married to Jules Lederer. She died on June 22, 2002 in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Full NameEppie Lederer
Date Of BirthJuly 4, 1918
DiedJune 22, 2002, Chicago, Illinois, United States
Place Of BirthSioux City, Iowa, USA
Height5' 2" (1.57 m)
EducationMorningside College
SpouseJulius Lederer, Jules W. Lederer
ChildrenMargo Howard
ParentsAbraham B. Friedman, Rebecca Rushall
SiblingsPauline Phillips
AwardsLasker-Bloomberg Public Service Award
Star SignCancer
1Time wounds all heels.
2Television has proved that people will look at anything rather than each other.
3I intend to crank out this column as long as you find me useful and the good Lord gives me the strength to do it.
4I would rather have my column on a thousand refrigerator doors than win a Pulitzer.
5I owe a lot to my parents and to my Iowa heritage. I think that middle American values have helped me tremendously - the principles, the morality.
6The true measure of a man is how he treats someone who can do him absolutely no good.
1Grandmother of Adam Coleman Howard.
2Former mother-in-law of Ken Howard.
3Married Jules Lederer, founder of the Budget Rent-a-Car, and her sister Pauline married Morton Phillips in an elaborate Orthodox Jewish double wedding in the twins' hometown of Sioux City.
4She became the first journalist to win the Albert Lasker Public Service Award for her efforts in persuading Congress to approve millions of dollars for cancer research. (Ironically, she would later die of cancer herself).
5Daughter, Margo Howard, also has an advice column, called "Dear Prudence", which appears in Slate magazine.
6Coined the phrase "wake up and smell the coffee".
7Psychology Today once gave her credit for likely having more influence on the way people work out their problems than any other person of her era.
8One daughter, Margo Howard (with husband Jules Lederer).
9Once referred to Pope John Paul II as a "polack" but later apologized for doing so.
10Her column first appeared in print October 16, 1955, in the Chicago Sun-Times.
11At the time of her death, her column was carried in more than 1,200 newspapers around the world, with a readership of 90 million.
12A 1978 World Almanac survey named her the most influential woman in the United States.
13Identical twin sister of Abigail Van Buren (who wrote for the advice column "Dear Abby"). She is 17 minutes older than Abby.
14Was the daughter of Russian immigrants.
15She and her sister and their husbands married in a double ceremony.
16Attended Morningside College.
17Popular newspaper advice columnist.


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