Jodi Santella Williams is the wife of the late Joseph A. Hardy III, a businessman, founder, and CEP of 84 Lumber Company and Nemacolin Woodlands Resort.
Marriage And Son
Jodi got married to Joseph in 2014. Her husband was 91 years old at that time. They had a son, JJ Alexander Hardly.
Her husband died on January 7, 2023, at 100.
Her Husband Married Five Times
Joseph was married to Dorothy Hardy at first. They were married for 57 years. They parted their ways in 1998.
After that, he married his secretary, Debra Maley, who was 26 years old at the time of marriage.
They got divorced in 2007. Two years later, he tied the knot with Kristin Gerorigie.
She worked at Nemacolin Woodland Spa then, and he met her at the spa while doing his nails.
Kristin was just 22 years old at that time. Their marriage lasted only for four months.
He married Rebecca Davis the same year, but his fourth marriage ended within a few months.
In 2014, he tied the knot with Jodi Santella Willaims. She was his last wife before he died.
There are no details on when he got separated from his fifth wife.
Her late husband, Joseph, was 100 years old at death.
Her late husband, Joseph's net worth was estimated to be $1.2 billion.
Joseph Gave Credit To His People At 84 Lumber Company
Joseph was the founder of 84 Lumber, and in an interview, he said that he and his company would not have been there without such dedicated people and a team of associates in his company.
He said people were everything for his company, but the prominent leaders were the managers whose attitude and individuality were significant in building the company.
He said entrepreneurs also played a considerable part, and he treated them as individuals.
He said it was beautiful to witness those people grow and achieve success in their lives.
He wished everyone nothing but success in their life
Death Of Husband
Her husband, Joseph, passed away on his 100th birthday.
His family announced and confirmed the death of his passing on January 7, 2023.
He was the man behind the success of 84 Lumber and made the company worth billions of dollars.
The vice president of 84 Lumber stated that even though he was at the height of success, he always valued his people and turned the American dream into a reality for many people. He said he would be greatly missed.
His family surrounded Joseph during his last moment, and he died with a cigar in his hand.
His eight children, fifteen grandchildren, and three stepsons survived him.
Farmington Residents Remembered Joseph Hardy
Joseph used to take his kids to Braddock's restaurant and bar, and he used to chat with the locals, too.
Though he did not visit that place for a long time, he left his mark there as he paid for the holiday lights right across Braddock's.
Donni Ringer, who is a lifelong Farmington resident, said that Joseph was a very kind and generous man.
He said his family was also very giving. She shared they did lights for their community during Christmas.
Donni used to work at Braddock's restaurant, and at that time, she babysat his children.
She shared that Joseph was just like ordinary people. She added he used to eat in everyday places and take his kids with him.
The head chef of the restaurant said that he was a good man and always used to have a cigar in his mouth.
Joseph used to travel around the town in his Porsche.
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