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Julio Mario Santo Domingo Pumarejo(October 16, 1923 October 7, 2011)was a, diplomat and patriarch of the wealthy Santo Domingo family. He controlled more than 100 companies in the diversified portfolio of the Santo Domingo Group. He was listed byForbesmagazine as one of the wealthiest men in the world, and the second-wealthiest in Colombia, with a fortune of $8 billionU.S. dollars.He was the founder of a philanthropic foundation, named to honor his father, that benefits Colombias social development.
Julio Mario Santo Domingo was born on 16 October 1923 inPanama CityPanama, to Julio Mario Santo Domingo Santo Domingo and Beatriz Pumarejo de Vengoechea, the youngest of their four children; his older siblings were Beatriz Alicia, Cecilia, and Luis Felipe. His father was a banker, described as austere and disciplined, who made a fortune buying companies weakened during theGreat Depression; his mother, from a rich and influential family, wasfirst cousinofAlfonso Lpez Pumarejowho was twicePresident of Colombia. He grew up inBarranquillaand later attended the exclusiveGimnasio ModernoinBogot, D.C., ultimately culminating hissecondary studiesat thePhillips AcademyinAndover, Massachusetts; he later attendedUniversity of Virginiabefore transferring toGeorgetown University, but did not finish his degree.
On 26 May 1980,appointed Santo Domingo to be the firstAmbassador of Colombia to China. He presented hisLetters of CredencetoUlanhu, Vice Chairman of theStanding Committee of the National Peoples Congress, inBeijingon 17 February 1981.
The Group has a majority stake inBavaria Breweryand Valores Bavaria (a holding company for his non-beer interests). In 2005, Bavaria Brewery merged with South African companySABMiller. In this merging, the group acquired 15.1% of SAB Miller, becoming the second-largest shareholder of the second-largest beer company in the world (behindAnheuser-Busch InBev).
He first married to Edyala Braga Brandão do Monte, a Brazilian socialite, daughter of Brazilian ambassador in Paris and former wife of Brazilian PresidentGetlio Vargasbrother. Together they had one son,Julio Mario Santo Domingo Braga(19582009), but the marriage did not last long and they divorced shortly after. Julio Mario Jr. married Vera Rechulski, a Brazilian socialite and they had 2 children -Tatiana Santo Domingo(born November 24, 1983) and Julio Mario Santo Domingo III (born May 2, 1985).
He remarried on 15 February 1975 to Colombian socialite Beatrice Dvila Rocha, and together they had two sons,Alejandro Santo Domingo Dvila(b. 1977) who has continued on in the family business and Andrs Santo Domingo Dvila (b. 1978) the co-founder and president ofKemado Records, who in 2008 married socialiteLauren Davis(then founder of the online fashion retailerModa Operandi).
Santo Domingo owned homes in New York City, in Paris, and Bar, a Colombian island near Cartagena.
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