The biological father of Apple founder Steve Jobs
Everyone knows that Apple founder Steve Jobs was adopted since he was a child, but few people know that the biological father of this Silicon Valley genius is actually an American casino tycoon with hundreds of millions of fortunes.
You must have guessed something when you saw this photo. Yes, this man who is extremely similar to Jobs. Not only a billionaire in the American casino industry, but also the biological father of the famous Silicon Valley genius and late Apple CEO Steve Jobs, Abdulfattah John Jandali.
Abdulfattah John Jandali was born in a wealthy Syrian family in 1931. In 1950, when he was 19 years old, Chandri followed his family and immigrated to the United States due to political riots in Syria. As a Syrian Arab, Chandri has had the American dream since he was a child. After arriving in the United States, through his own efforts, he finally became a university professor and taught at Michigan University and Nevada University successively. In the end, he chose to settle down in Nevada, and at the same time bought a restaurant in Las Vegas, a casino, and started a business. In 1999, Chandri came to the well-known casino in Reno, Nevada Boomtown Casino and Hotel as the restaurant manager, and finally promoted to the position of vice president through hard work. He has always been passionate about work, and he didn't choose to retire until he was 81 years old.
Back in 1955, Chandry had a very loving girlfriend. The two planned to stay together for life, but for good luck, Jobs' biological mother Joanne Simpson became pregnant unmarried. When the two were about to tie the knot, Unexpectedly, he was strongly opposed by Jobs' biological mother's family. Joanne Simpson was helpless, and finally had to come to San Francisco alone to give birth to his child Jobs, and gave him to be raised by others.
In 2011, 56 years after Jobs was adopted, the workaholic in the casino industry knew that the birth son who was sent away was the famous Apple co-founder Jobs. Reluctantly, God's will to make people, in 2011 is also when Jobs was fighting cancer. However, Chandry and Simpson are still ashamed of what they did back then, so the two have not had the courage to contact Jobs. But as parents, they felt proud from the bottom of their hearts to see such an accomplished son. At the same time, they were grateful and admired for Jobs' foster father. But what is regrettable is that until he left the world, Jobs was unable to meet his biological parents again.