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Corona beer Creator bequeathed $ 210 million villagers

The deceased billionaire Antonino Fernandez (Antonino Fernandez) bequeathed $ 2,6 million to each resident of the Spanish village in which he grew up, writes The Telegraph.

In total, “Lenta.

ru ”, the creator of the Corona beer brand left 80 fellow countrymen from Cerezales del Condado $ 210 million.

“I don’t know what we would have done without Antonino. We didn't have a penny, "said Maximino Sanchez, the owner of the village's only bar.

The businessman died at the age of 98 in August 2016, but this aspect of his will only recently became known to the media.

Fernandez's family, of which he was one of 13 children, lived in poverty, which forced him to drop out of school. In 1949, at the age of 32, the Spaniard moved to Mexico and got a job at the warehouse of the Grupo Modelo brewery. In 1971, Antonino became the CEO of the company and made the Corona brand one of the largest and most recognizable in this market segment. Since 2005, the company has been run by Fernandez's nephew.

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