American entrepreneur who founded an effective shared fund investment company called The Vanguard Group. He also composed a bestselling non-fiction work entitled GOOD SENSE on Mutual Money: New Imperatives for the Intelligent Buyer. He graduated from Princeton School in 1951 and eventually worked on the Philadelphia and Boston-based Wellington Administration Company. He offered on the plank of Yale University’s Millstein Middle for Commercial Governance and Functionality. Blessed in Montclair, NJ, he later resolved in Bryn Mawr, Pa along with his wife and his six kids. He was been successful by previous U.S. Leader George Bush as Chairman from the Plank of Philadelphia’s Country wide Constitution Center.