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Bette Nesmith died in 1980, at the age of 56, in Richardson, Texas.
More DetailsHide DetailsHer only son, Michael, inherited half of his mother's $50+ million estate. A portion financed the Gihon Foundation which established the Council on Ideas, a think tank with a retreat center located north of Santa Fe, New Mexico active from 1990–2000 and devoted to exploring world problems.
In 1979 she sold Liquid Paper to the Gillette Corporation for USD $47.5 million.
More DetailsHide DetailsAt the time, her company employed 200 people and made 25 million bottles of Liquid Paper per year.
In 1962 Bette Nesmith married Robert Graham, who joined her in running the company. They were divorced in 1975.
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