Margaret Munzer Loeb, a former yoga instructor and graduate of Brown and NYU’s School of Social Work, got to marry a billionaire! She married then-man-about-town Loeb in July 4, 2004. Her hubby is the founder and head of $13 billion hedge fund firm Third Point, is at the forefront of the activist investing wave that is storming financial markets.
She was born on July 22, 1972; the daughter of Patricia and Stephen I. Munzer of New York. According to her wedding announcement, her father is an associate in Munzer & Saunders, a New York law firm. Her mother occupations in Bridgewater Crossings, N.J., for Aventis, the French pharmaceuticals haver, for which she is the guide of media relations for the company’s United States operations.
Rabbi Heshy Blumstein officiated their ceremony at the bride and bridegroom’s beach house in East Hampton, N.Y. She was 31-year-old when she tied the knot. She graduated magna cum laude and followed up with her master’s degree in social occupation. They both were well into their years when they decided to get hitched, Loeb was 42-years-ol when he said “I do” He graduated from Columbia. His mother is a Melville scholar who writes under the name Clare L. Spark; she is the author of ”Hunting Captain Ahab,” (Kent State University Press, 2001). His father, who was until last year the general counsel at Williams-Sonoma, the cookware company based in San Francisco, is a corporate governance consultant in Santa Monica.
In their nearly 10-year-marriage they have already expanded and quickly became parents to their three children, daughters Satya and Ava and son Jacob Loeb. The couple collects contemporary art and are supports of Prep for Prep and Lincoln Center. In 2007, they sold their Bank Street townhouse for $12 million and bought a $45 million full-floor penthouse on Central Park. She has lived in New York, NY and Los Angeles, CA since her hubby hails from Santa Monica, California.
The lovely 41-year-old is also involved with the Ethical Culture Fieldstone School.
You can find her on Facebook here.