Rosemary Margaret Hober Net Worth, Career, Early And Personal Life
Born on 30th November 1948, Rosemary Margaret Hobor is an artist specializing in abstract paintings and ceramicist who came to the spotlight after marrying the deceased John Candy a notable Canadian actor, who died while filming the parody movie ‘Wagons East.
Upbringing and Academic Year
Rosemary was born and brought up in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She has lived there for most of her life. Concerning her academics, Rosemary was enrolled at “Notre Dame High School” which is an all-girls institute located in her hometown. This Institute was controlled by the all-boys Neil McNeil Catholic High School. During these days, she met John Candy and since then they were in a relationship.
Upon the completion of her education, she persuaded her career in fine arts. Her degree of specialization revolves mainly around abstract paintings and ceramic art. She used to set up sales for her artworks once in a while. Besides being an artist, Rosemary Hober is also a philanthropist. She’s involved with numerous charity associations and oftentimes collaborates with them. Few organizations that she has worked with are Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation and Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Marital Life with Deceased Husband John
Rosemary Margaret and John Candy knew each other since school days. The duo began their relationship in 1978, and after a year and three months of dating, they decided on exchanging the vows on 27th April 1979. They soon welcomed their first baby girl Jennifer on February 3rd, 1980, followed by a son Christopher four years later on 23rd September 1984. Everything was going well until 1994 when the tragic death of John left the family all aghast.
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John Candy: Introduction
John Franklin Candy was born on 31st October 1950, in Newmarket, Ontario to his parents, Sidney James Candy and Evangeline Candy. He was a Canadian Actor and Comedian who worked mainly for Hollywood movies. Later, he entered the limelight by being a part of the Toronto branch of the Second City and its SCTV series. His occurrences in satirical movies like “Planes, Trains and Automobiles”, “Stripes”, “Summer Rental”, “The Great Outdoors”, etc helped him gain immense popularity. Also, the ‘Toronto Argonauts’ of the Canadian Football League was co-owned by Candy until his demise in 1994.
In 1994, John Candy was in Mexico to shoot the parody movie “Wagons East”. On the evening of 4th March Candy went to bed late at night and had lasagne for dinner. The next morning he was found dead and the real cause of death was not known since no autopsy was conducted. However, it was assumed that he died of a heart attack.
Income Stream and Net Worth
Rosemary Margaret Hobor receives her primary source of income mainly from her career in the fine arts field. As per the recent sources, her net worth is valued at 1 million dollars. Perhaps she also enjoys her late husband John’s wealth which was estimated to be over 15 million dollars at the time of his death.