Gary Rabine is a well-known American businessman. He works as a politician. He worked for the Republican Party as a candidate for Illinois Governor on June 28, 2022. He began out working as a Ditch Digger.
He is the President and CEO of Rabine Group. Rabine Paving was founded by him. He has founded approximately nine companies under the Rabine Group Umbrella. He is also a member of the Young Presidents Organization and the Republican Governors Association.
What is the Net Worth of Gary Rabine?
Gary Rabine has a Net worth of $10 Million. He earned his wealth as Entrepreneur and from politics. He also earns money from several different sources.
Sources of Income
CEO of Rabine Group
How much does Gary Rabine Earn?
Monthly Earnings – $90K
Yearly Earnings – $7 million
Net worth in the last 5 years
Gary Rabine Bio
|Real Name||Gary Rabine|
|DOB||April 13, 1963|
|Birthplace||Northern Illinois, USA|
|Parents||Gary L. Rabine and Pauline Blanche Rabine|
|Profession||Business tycoon, Entrepreneur, and Politician|
|Height||5 feet and 10 inches|
Gary Rabine was born on April 13, 1963 in Northern Illinois, USA.
Gary didn’t have much growing up, but his parents loved him and taught him the value of hard work and discipline. Gary took those values and applied them to his first business, seal coating driveways, after graduating from high school.
Gary grew that company into one of the largest parking lot paving companies in the United States. Gary went on to found and turn around over a dozen other businesses under the Rabine Group umbrella, which now operates in all fifty states.
Gary will not allow the people of Illinois to struggle. He willingly bears the burdens and risks that come with running for governor, and as General Flynn has said, “Gary does not just talk conservative; he acts.”
Gary was a lead plaintiff in a lawsuit filed against the Biden Administration, challenging the constitutionality of their employer vaccine mandate, which would have affected over 80 million hardworking Americans.
Gary and his team prevailed all the way to the United States Supreme Court. Gary has been the target of cancel culture, audits, and lawsuits as a result of his efforts and other similar actions.
Gary Rabine only serves to strengthen his resolve to do what is right for Illinoisans and the country as a whole.
Gary has assisted in the formation and funding of national organizations that have grown to be titans in their respective fields, such as Job Creators Network and Turning Point. Charlie Kirk arrived in Gary with only $15,000 in donations in the bank.
Gary was Charlie’s third investor, and it was Gary’s connections with people like Home Depot’s Bernie Marcus and those in Job Creators Network and YPO that helped Charlie raise his first million dollars.
Gary raised a few hundred thousand dollars locally before flying Charlie to Florida to meet with his JCN contacts in order to get Charlie to that launch point. Charlie will tell you that Turning Point would not be where it is today if Gary had not been involved.
Gary was the sixth CEO invited to join JCN and a founding board member; the organisation now has over 300,000 members. Gary is now actively supporting and fundraising for RunGenZ, an organisation that empowers and mentors conservative youth to pursue opportunities for leadership, including public office.
Gary supports and grows organizations like these because he understands their worth and the positive impact they will have on our state and country.
Gary has always believed that the greatest asset of Illinois is its people. Work ethic, faith in family, faith in God, and faith in liberty are woven into the DNA of every citizen of this state. He does not want anyone to move away, including his own children and grandchildren.
Following a thorough business accounting, Gary can confidently state that eight of his thirteen Illinois-based companies would be much better served fiscally if they relocated. Gary understands that Illinois’ unfriendly business and regulatory environment prevents people from buying homes or starting businesses, forces families to remove their children from public schools, and eventually forces many to leave the state.
Janelle Rabine now runs the Rabine Group Foundation. It is a non-profit that supports deserving initiatives for children, the elderly, veterans, and the homeless in the communities served by the Rabine Group.
Every year, the Rabine Group’s companies donate a portion of their profits to the foundation. Gary co-founded True Mentors with Quinton James. It is a company that finds seasoned businesspeople and executive executives to mentor young people who want to be leaders.
Gary married Cheryl when he was twenty-two years old, and he was fortunate to have her by his side as they built their dreams and raised their three children together before adopting their fourth child from Russia.
Gary worked long hours while his children were young and intentionally spent every free moment with his family as he grew his small businesses. He educated his children about the value of hard work.
His two older children work in executive positions at the Rabine Group, and his two younger children work on his gubernatorial campaign. Gary also has three young grandchildren with whom he spends as much time as he can.
Gary’s wife had two emergency brain surgeries in June 2016 to remove a brain tumor and was later diagnosed with brain cancer. Cheryl fought valiantly for over four years while Gary searched the globe for every possible cure for his wife.
Gary and Cheryl traveled the world in search of solutions that would extend Cheryl’s life, thanks to President Trump’s ‘Right to Try.’ They tried treatments in Vienna and Bangalore, but to no avail. Cheryl died tragically in October 2020. Gary will tell that she taught him ultimate faith, courage, and strength.
Following Cheryl’s death, Gary’s priorities became crystal clear: his children’s well-being, his grandchildren’s well-being, and the well-being of the great state of Illinois that he loves.
His faith, courage, and every ounce of strength he received from Cheryl is now being channeled into his fight to reform and rebuild Illinois.