Chuck Larson Net Worth
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$2’000’000. *This information was provided by Anthe Vancura, 55 years old. From Sturbridge, Massachusetts
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1,64m.**This information was provided by Wallis Dipillo, 29 years old. Job: (Saturator Tender). From Ghent, Kentucky.
1,78m.***This information was provided by Orin Traver, 37 years old. From De Kalb, Mississippi.
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72kg.**This information was provided by Tally Heifetz, 42 years old. From Cinebar, Washington.
70kg.***This information was provided by Cliff Bothman, 50 years old. From Gladeville, Tennessee.
Chuck Larson information
Birth date and age[BOD]: 1968-04-01
Profession: Visual Effects
Charles W. ChuckLarson, Jr. (born April 1, 1968 in Newton, Iowa) is a politician from Iowa. He was the Iowa State Senator from the 19th District from 2003–2007 and is a former chairman of the Republican Party of Iowa. He was succeeded in the Iowa Senate by Democrat Rob Hogg.During his most recent term of office, Larson served on several committees in the Iowa Senate – the Commerce committee, the
Education committee, the Judiciary committee, the Ways and Means committee, and the Ethics committee, where he was co-chair.On November 30, 2007, the White House announced that Larson would be nominated to become Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the USA to the Republic of Latvia in 2008, replacing the Catherine Todd Bailey.In June 2009, President Barack Obama announced he was nominating Judith Gail Garber to replace Larson as U.S. Ambassador to Latvia.