Cindy McCain new home, business, career, relationship, net worth, bio

Cindy Hensley McCain with husband

Cindy McCain is an American businesswoman and a philanthropist. She has recently purchased a new home and also has a new job. Let us get into the details of her life-professional and personal!

Cindy McCain: new $ 2.8 million home

Cindy McCain has taken over as the chairperson of the think tank which is named after her late husband. She also has something new in her life! It is a gorgeous home in the North-Central part of Phoenix which is estimated to cost $ 2.8 million. This property was purchased on 11 October 2018, as per the records, and is now owned by Cindy Hensley McCain Family Trust. There is also a condo and a ranch in the Trust’s name.

Source: Business Insider (Cindy with husband John)

The house was constructed in 2013 and has French-country style vault ceilings. There are 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, a gated courtyard, a game room, a home office with a private entrance. At the back of the estate are a pool, barbecue, and a gazebo.

Cindy McCain: early life and education

Cindy was born on 20 May 1954 and her age now is 64. She was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona and was born with a silver spoon in her mouth. Her father James Hensley was a wealthy beer trader and her mother was Marguerite Johnson. Her parents had a second marriage and she was their only child. She has an elder half-sister named Dixie L. Burd. She has another paternal half-sister called Kathleen Hensley.

Source: KGUN9 (Cindy and John)

Cindy has an American nationality and her ethnicity is believed to be Irish. She was a student of the Central High School, Phoenix graduating in 1972. She later joined the University of Southern California. In 1976, she obtained a BA in education and in 1978 earned her MA in Special Education from the same University.

Cindy McCain: career

Cindy first started work as a special education teacher and worked with children with Down syndrome and other disabilities in Arizona. After her marriage to John McCain in 1980,  through her father’s contacts and money, John got a foothold in the political circle there. He was elected to the US Congress and they moved to Alexandria in Virginia.

Her husband was mostly in Washington and his parents helped her raise the children. She did fund-raising for her husband. There were some controversies during that time and she also took to substance abuse. The couple founded some foundations and helped raise funds for various projects.

Source: US News and World Report (John and daughter Meghan)

John stood for the 2000 Presidential election and Cindy assisted in campaigning for him but he did not win it. She was heir to her father’s company Hensley and Co. and became its chairperson after his death. She invested in several other ventures and has a huge net worth. She owns several homes and the new home is an addition to that list of real estates in her and her Trust’s name. She has fought for the rights of the LGBT community and the downtrodden. Her accumulated net worth is estimated to be $ 200 million.

Cindy Mccain: personal life, husband, children

Cindy is a widow now. She was married to John McCain (in 1980) who died in August 2018 due to brain cancer. The couple has three children-daughter Meghan born in 1984 and sons Jack born in 1986 and Jimmy born in 1988. In 1991, she adopted a daughter named Bridget from Bangladesh.

Source: GMA (Wedding of Cindy and John)

She met John in 1979 when he was still married to Carol McCain. The two started a relationship and John divorced Carol in 1980.

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Cindy McCain: body measurements and social media

Cindy has a good height and slim body. Her height is 5 feet and 6 inches with a weight of 55 kg. Her figure stats are 34-26-35 inches. She has gray hair and blue eyes. Her shoe size is 6 US.

She has social media accounts with 37.8k followers on Instagram. She also has a Twitter handle.

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Source: ktar.com, en.wikipedia.org, IrishCentral.com