Anne Eisenhower

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Barbara Anne Eisenhower (born May 30, 1949) is a prominent interior designer based in New York City, New York.[1]

Early life

On May 30, 1949, Eisenhower was born in West Point, New York. Eisenhower's father was John Eisenhower, a U.S. military historian and a U.S. diplomat. Eisenhower's mother was Barbara Jean (née Thompson) Eisenhower. Eisenhower's grandfather was General Dwight D. Eisenhower, 34th President of the United States.[2]

Personal life

Eisenhower's first husband was Fernando Echavarría-Uribe, an insurance executive from Bogotá, Colombia, whom she met while vacationing in South America in 1966.[3][4] They married in November 1968,[3][4][5] and six months later had a daughter, Adriana Echavarría (born May 29, 1969). Adriana became a photographer,[6] and was married for a time to Eduardo Mendoza de la Torre, the ex Vice Minister of Justice in Colombia and later a Vice President of Avianca Airlines, who was the only man to have ever testified against the notorious drug lord Pablo Escobar.[7] She has two grandchildren, Camila and Nicolás Mendoza-Eisenhower.

In the 1980s, Eisenhower married Wolfgang Flöttl, a billionaire hedge-fund manager who once owned an art collection with pieces by Van Gogh, Picasso, and Cézanne.[8] Both are well known figures in the New York charity circuit. Eisenhower filed for divorce from Flöttl in 2018.[9]

As of 2019, Eisenhower lives in Manhattan's Upper East Side. She owns property in Southampton, New York. She sold the historic Southampton mansion, Claverack, for $35 million in 2010.[1]

Anne Eisenhower was presented as a debutante to high society at the prestigious International Debutante Ball at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City in 1967. Her daughter and granddaughter, Adriana Echavarría and Camila Mendoza Eisenhower, were also presented as debutantes to high society at the International Debutante Ball in 1987 and 2016 respectively. Many other members of the Eisenhower family have been presented as debutantes at the International Debutante Ball.[10]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b Barbanel, Josh (11 December 2010), "Eisenhower Kin Sells Old Mansion In Southampton", The Wall Street Journal, New York City
  2. ^ "Barbara Anne Eisenhower". myheritage.com. Retrieved January 30, 2019.
  3. ^ a b "Milestones: Nov. 22, 1968". Time. November 22, 1968 – via content.time.com.
  4. ^ a b "Barbara's Intended", The Burlington Free Press (October 28, 1968), p. 2.
  5. ^ McCormack, Patricia (December 31, 1968). "Women Are Headline Makers In Various Ways During 1968". The Shreveport Times. p. 8.
  6. ^ Yarrow, Andrew (2 January 1987), "The Evening Hours", The New York Times, New York City
  7. ^ "Al altar", Semana, Bogotá, Colombia, 13 December 1993
  8. ^ Crawford, David; Mollenkamp, Carrick (25 January 2007), "How a Hedge-Fund Mogul Disrupted an Austrian Bank", The Wall Street Journal, New York City
  9. ^ Saul, Emily (February 2, 2018). "Eisenhower's granddaughter splits from hedge-fund hubby". New York Post.
  10. ^ Sabino, Catherine. "A Sneak-Peek Inside the International Debutante Ball". Haute Living. Retrieved 9 June 2018.
Dwight D. Eisenhower
(1890–1969)
Mamie Doud
(1896–1979)
Richard Nixon
(1913–1994)
Pat Ryan
(1912–1993)
Doud Eisenhower
(1917–1921)
John Eisenhower
(1922–2013)
Barbara Thompson
(1926–2014)
Edward Cox
(1946–present)
Tricia Nixon
(1946–present)
Julie Nixon
(1948–present)
David Eisenhower
(1948–present)
Fernando
Echavarría-Uribe
Anne Eisenhower
(1949–present)
Susan Eisenhower
(1951–present)
John Mahon Mary Eisenhower
(1955–present)
Ralph Atwater
Andrea Catsimatidis
(1989–present)
Christopher Cox
(1979–present)
Anthony Cheslock
(1977–present)
Jennie Eisenhower
(1978–present)
Alex Eisenhower
(1980–present)
Tara Brennan
(1979–present)
Melanie Eisenhower
(1984–present)
Adriana Echavarria
(1969–present)
Amelia Eisenhower Mahon
(1981/82–present)
Merrill Eisenhower Atwater
(1981–present)
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