It’s Back to the Seventies for a Surprise Millionaire Moment!


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Dateline 1972 – Nixon is in the White House, an odd burglary has just taken place at the Watergate Hotel, people are swaying to Robert Flack’s number one hit “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” and a quiet man in Northern California stuns his friends and neighbors with his knack for playing the stock market…

Marin Independent Journal
December 21, 1972

Black Point Man Leaves A Fortune To The State

A retired restaurant worker with a knack for the stock market has left from $500,000 to $1 million to the State of California. George Louis Charpentier, who died Dec. 9 on a Novato street at the age of 70, retired from a Marin restaurant about 1952 after amassing a fortune in the stock market, according to his employer. Eugene Lochenbach of Eugene’s Restaurant in San Rafael said, “he was an outstanding mind on stocks, but he was tight…

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