Steve Wilhite Net Worth Forbes

Net Worth$93 Million
Assets$66 Million
Investments$10 Million
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Patent Royalty Income$3 Million
Annual Income$15 Million

Steve Wilhite’s Cars

Steve Wilhite has recently bought a Bugatti Divo for $3 Million USD. Steve Wilhite also owns a Rolls-Royce Cullinan that cost him $1 Million USD. A Few other cars owned by Steve Wilhite are listed below. You should see Rothschild Family Net Worth.

  • Alfa Romeo Giulia
  • Ferrari Portofino
  • Lexus GX

Steve Wilhite House

Steve Wilhite lives in his 11,2000 square-foot luxury house located in Ohio, United States. Steve Wilhite has bought this house for an estimated price of $20 Million dollars. This house is fitted with luxury amenities like 8 Bedrooms, 10 Bathrooms, Tennis Court, Wine Cellar and many more features. Checkout Kanye West Net Worth.

Steve Wilhite’s Investment Portfolio

Steve Wilhite has invested a part of his wealth into stock markets, earning a consistent fixed income each year. Steve Wilhite owns stocks of over 12 companies on the New York Stock Exchange. The list of stocks in Steve Wilhite’s portfolio are:

  1. Amazon
  2. Ford Motor
  3. Hewlett Packard
  4. Tesla
  5. Boeing
  6. Exxon Mobil
  7. IBM
  8. Walmart
  9. Walt Disney
  10. Visa

Exclusive Facts about Steve Wilhite

Zodiac SignPisces
Favorite ActorJack Nicholson
Favorite ChocolateHershey’s Nuggets
Favorite DishApple Pie
Favorite ColourBlack
Favorite BookThe Family Across the Street
Pet nameWilly
Favorite SportSoccer
Favorite Music ArtistBob Dylan
Favorite GadgetApple Watch SE
Favorite Holiday DestinationSweden

Frequently Asked Questions

Where was Steve Wilhite born?

Milford, Ohio.

How much did Steve Wilhite earn from GIF Creation?

Over $20 Million dollars.

How much is Steve Wilhite worth?

$93 Million.

How many children does Steve Wilhite have?

Three children – Two sons and a daughter.

Steve Wilhite Bio

Steve Wilhite’s team at CompuServe developed the GIF (Graphic Interchange Format) in 1987. Steve Wilhite remained a CompuServe/AOL employee into the first decade of the 21st century, working on a variety of CompuServe systems.

Before working with CompuServe Information Manager, Steve Wilhite ran a team that created compilers and run-time systems for use on the DECsystem-10 computers.

Steve Wilhite died of COVID-19 at a hospital near his home in Milford, Ohio at the age of 74 years.

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