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Successful British businesswoman Ann Summers, who was executive chairman of Gold Group International, has died aged 62. He is estimated to be the 16th richest woman in Great Brienne, worth €470 million in 2019, according to the Sunday Times Rich List. Tragically, Jacqueline Gold passed away leaving her family and loved ones devastated. She transformed Ann Summers, the lingerie and S3x toy chain, and became an advocate for women in business. Let’s find out what was the reason for her untimely death.
Jacqueline Gold breathed her last on the night of Thursday, March 16, 2023 after suffering from breast cancer, according to her family. Yes, this man has had breast cancer for the past seven years. Ms Gold is said to have grown her business Ann Summers from a company of four backstreet stores into a multi-million pound business. Her family confirmed her sudden death on Friday, March 17, 2023. For the last time, she was surrounded by loved ones. Her sudden death has shocked the community, as well as those colleagues who have been by her side.
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Born Jacqueline Somers Gold on July 16, 1960 in Bromley, Kent, England. She is the daughter of Beryl Hunt and businessman David Gold. His father ran a publishing company that brought s3x magazines to the UK high street. He cried when Jacqueline was born to his first wife, who had always wanted a son. Jacqueline and her sister grew up in a spacious three-storey house with a large garden and a swimming pool.
Her family released a statement, “It is with unspeakable sadness that Ann Summers confirmed that our amazing Executive Chairman, Jacqueline Gold CBE, was with her husband Dan, daughter Scarlett, sister Vanessa and brother-in-law Nick passed away and were by her side. She was an activist for women in business, supporting women entrepreneurs who want to improve the working environment for women”.
The first Ann Summers store opened in 1971 and the business was purchased by Ms. Gold’s father and his brother Ralph. First, she joined her family business as an intern, but built the brand by making the Ann Summer brand more accessible to women. Jacqueline Gold will always be remembered by her loved ones and family. Please keep her in your thoughts and prayers.