Lisa McNear (Lombardi) Vaughan (1945 – 2011)
Lisa McNear Vaughan formerly Lombardi aka Carlson, was an American artist widely known for being Tucker Carlson‘s mother and the wife Richard Warner Carlson (Dick Carlson), an American retired journalist, diplomat and lobbyist who was the director of the Voice of America during the last six years of the Cold War.
Lisa McNear Age at Death
McNear was 66 years of age at the time of her death, she was born on 4 June 1945 in San Francisco, California, the United States of America.
If she was alive, Tucker Carlson’s mother would have been 77 years old as of 2022.
Lisa McNear Cause of Death
McNear died of breast cancer on 14 October 2011 in Cazac, Haute-Garonne, France.
Lisa McNear Family, Education
Her parents were Mary Ernestine (Nickel, 1920-1993) and Oliver Maurice Lombardi, and she was born on June 4, 1945 in San Francisco, California, USA (1911-1979).
She studied architecture at the University of California, Berkeley, in the United States.
Lisa McNear Husband (First Husband)
Lisa was first married on 08 June 1967 in Carson City, Nevada, USA to Richard (Boynton) Warner Carlson. They had 2 children together and later divorced in March 1976 in San Diego, California, USA.
Lisa McNear Husband (Second Husband)
Lisa was married the second time to the artist, Michael Vaughan (1938-2003). They live in South Carolina and Cazac, France.
Lisa McNear Career
McNear was an artist of large wooden sculptures.
Lisa McNear Net Worth at Death, Lisa McNear Estate
Lisa McNear net worth was about $90 million at the time of her death.
Lisa McNear (Lombardi) Vaughan’s estate was probated in Kern County, California, and distributed as if she had died intestate, with one-third going to her husband Michael Vaughan and the remaining two-thirds going to her two estranged Carlson sons from a previous marriage.
Lisa’s Will, which left everything to her husband, Michael, was discovered after the order implementing that distribution was entered in 2013.
A dispute over who inherited oil and gas royalties that dated back to the 1990s was the subject of an appeal.
Who are Tucker Carlson’s Parents?
Tucker Carlson was born Tucker McNear Carlson on May 16, 1969, in the Mission District of San Francisco, California. He is the older son of artist and San Francisco native Lisa McNear (née Lombardi) (1945–2011) and former “gonzo reporter” Dick Carlson (1941–), who went on to become the director of Voice of America, president of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the United States ambassador to the Seychelles.
Buckley Peck Carlson, later Buckley Swanson Peck Carlson, Carlson’s younger brother, is nearly two years Carlson’s junior and has worked as a communications manager and Republican political operative.
Carlson’s paternal grandparents were teenagers who placed his father at The Home for Little Wanderers orphanage, where he was fostered by Carl Moberger, a tannery worker of Swedish descent from Malden, near Boston, and his wife Mainer Florence Moberger, and adopted at the age of two by upper-middle-class New Englanders, the Carlsons, an executive at the Winslow Brothers & Smith Tannery of Norwood (the oldest tannery in America), Cesar Lombardi, Carlson’s maternal great-great-grandfather, arrived in New York from Switzerland in 1860.
Carlson is also a great-great-great-grandson of California rancher Henry Miller and a distant relative of Massachusetts politicians Ebenezer R. Hoar and George M. Brooks.
Dr. J. C. Tucker, Carlson’s great-great-grandfather, and George W. McNear, Carlson’s great-great-grandfather, were named after him. Carlson’s ancestors are English, German, and Swiss-Italian.
Carlson’s parents divorced in 1976 after their nine-year marriage “went sour.” Tucker and his brother were given to Carlson’s father. Carlson’s mother abandoned him when he was six years old in order to live a “bohemian” lifestyle.
Carlson’s father moved Tucker and his brother to the La Jolla neighborhood of San Diego, California, when he was in first grade, and raised them there. Carlson grew up in a house overlooking the La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club, where he attended La Jolla Country Day School. His father owned land in Nevada, Vermont, and Maine and Nova Scotia islands.
His father ran for mayor of San Diego in 1984, but lost to incumbent Republican Mayor Roger Hedgecock.
Carlson’s father married Patricia Caroline Swanson, a Swanson Enterprises heiress, daughter of Gilbert Carl Swanson, and niece of Senator J. William Fulbright, in 1979. Despite the fact that Patricia continued to benefit from the family fortune, the Swansons had sold the Campbell Soup Company in 1955 and did not own the brand by the time Carlson’s father married.
Carlson attended Collège du Léman, a boarding school in Switzerland, for a short time before being “kicked out.” He received his secondary education at St. George’s School in Middletown, Rhode Island, where he met his future wife, Susan Andrews, the daughter of the headmaster.
He went on to Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, where he earned a BA in history in 1991. Carlson was a member of the “Dan White Society,” according to his Trinity yearbook, a clear reference to the American political assassin who murdered San Francisco Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk.
Carlson attempted to join the CIA after college, but his application was denied, so he decided to pursue a career in journalism with the encouragement of his father, who told him that “they’ll take anyone.”
Tucker Carlson’s Father
Dick Carlson (Richard Warner Carlson)
Richard Warner Carlson (born February 10, 1941) is an American journalist, diplomat, and lobbyist who served as the director of Voice of America during the Cold War’s final six years.
At the same time, he was the director of the United States Information Agency and the United States Information Agency Documentary Film Service.
Carlson has also worked as a reporter for newspapers and wire services, a magazine writer, a television and radio correspondent, and a documentary filmmaker. Tucker Carlson, the conservative television host, is his son.
Dick Carlson Age, Tucker Carlson’s Father Now
Richard Warner Carlson is 81 years of age as of 2022, he was born on February 10, 1941, in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
He has been celebrating his birthday every year together with his family and friends.
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Dick Carlson Net Worth, Richard Warner Carlson Net Worth
Richard Warner Carlson is estimated to have a net worth of $50 million dollars at present. He has accumulated his net worth with the versatility he has shown in the various fields he has worked in. His main source of earning is from his journalism career, from his government appointments, from executive roles and from book sales.
Where is Richard Warner Carlson now?
Dick Carlson today, Carlson is retired as of 2022 and working on a new book. He does not hold any public office.