It’s an minimization when discussing how Tony Petrello’s life career has been a huge accomplishment. In the previous years, Tony was recognized as one of the highest paid CEOs in America! Tony has had many achievements that have been accomplished by hard work, dedication, and creative thinking. Tony also played a huge role in giving back to the community. He’s worked countless hours to help children with neurological disorders. This man is a true definition of a hero.
Tony grew up in New Jersey, where he went to multiple public schools. When he eventually got to high school, people in his city praised him for his special math abilities. He was like another Albert Einstein. His town weren’t the only ones watching, Yale University have noticed Tony’s unique abilities, and they awarded him with a scholarship and gave him the chance to be mentored by Serge Lang. For those who don’t know, Serge Lang was a brilliant mathematician himself, so you can imagine these two got along just fine. While at Yale, Tony earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Everyone knew Tony from his entertainment and it outgoing personality. More than schooling happened at Yale, Tony met his future wife, and his life was soon changed forever.
After receiving his degrees from Yale, Tony wanted to pursue more education, he enrolled in Harvard Law School. After finishing up his time there, he decided to join a law firm, American law firm. He was able to specialize in business law and taxation.
In the late 1990s, Tony and his wife Cynthia started to get to business. They had given birth to a beautiful daughter by the name of Carena. Little did they know their worlds would change in a drastic way after having her. Carena only weighed 20 ounces at birth, and she suffered from cerebral palsy. Carena would not be able to eat any solid foods until she was around 7 years old. This was heartbreaking news, and an eye opener.
Tony didn’t let this disrupt him from what he loved doing, which is helping others. He wanted to help other children with neurological conditions, like his daughter. Tony donated $7 million to the Texas Children’s Hospital. The hospital was able to use that money to construct a new complex dedicated to neurological care. Today it is called the Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological Research Institute. This institution helps children and families all over the world, this is something unique and special.
Tony Petrello has shown such a class act his whole professional career. He continues to donate money to charities to find a cause to the neurological defects. He has put much time and patience into other families, he just wants to make a difference.