- Abra Prentice Wilkin
Abra Prentice Anderson Wilkin (born 1942) is the daughter of
John Rockefeller Prentice(1902–1972) and his wife, Abbie Cantrill Prentice. Wilkin is the great-granddaughter of the Standard Oil tycoon, John D. Rockefeller(1839–1937).
Wilkin attended both
The Latin School of Chicagoand The Ethel Walker Schoolin Simsbury, Connecticut. Abra Prentice Wilkin has become one of Chicago's most treasured philanthropists. Some of Wilkin's contributions to the city of Chicago include the Prentice Pavilion (the largest birthing center in the Midwestregion and among the top 25 birth centers in the United States) and the new Prentice Hospital. Wilkin is currently a trusteeof The Taft Schoolin Watertown, Connecticutand a senior trustee of The Latin School of Chicago. She is married to James Wilkin and has three children from a previous marriage; Ashley, Abra and Anthony Anderson.
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