Dick DeVos has pursued many career in his life and has become a part of many prominent hobbies that continue to earn him and his family recognition due to the fact that he not only goes all the way with his hobby, but he constantly excels at his hobby and is always thought to be the best that he does. This way of thinking about Dick DeVos continues to be translated in the world of business which is a sector where Dick DeVos truly excels and and area where Dick DeVos is truly passionate in growing the family name of DeVos, a prominent name in Michigan and a growing name in the United States.
The DeVos family is known to be one of the richest families in the world as the founder as well as the current owner of a multinational and billion dollar corporation known as Amway Corporation, a company that specifically sells household products to individuals as well as to businesses all over the world. Dick DeVos loves his family company and has made sure to preserve the legacy that his father created from day one. The DeVos family is a growing name and is a growing name within the world of philanthropy as the DeVos family continues to make large donations to deserving individuals and to deserving foundations.
Dick DeVos himself has been able to accumulate his own wealth over the years and was even found to be the 67th richest individual in the world with a total net worth of over 5 billion dollars. Dick DeVos has put this money to good use and has always believed that money should be spent in such a way to help other individuals. Dick DeVos believes that most money should go to charitable organizations and foundations that can also put the money to good use.
As a member of this charitable family, Dick DeVos is the most passionate about giving back to the education system within the United States. Dick DeVos is very interested in reforming the system in order to make sure that all individuals who show a passion for learning as well as hard work are able to earn an education that does not have to be paid. Dick DeVos believes that in order to receive an education at a higher level, the requirements should be based upon merit and not upon the income of the family.