Feinstein made the announcement of her husband’s death in a statement released early Monday morning, in which she expressed her “heartbreak.” On Sunday, Richard Blum, the husband of California Sen. Dianne Feinstein, succumbed to cancer after a long fight with the disease. He was 86 years old, and a member of the Global Development Council, which was established by former President Barack Obama.
“He left things better than he found them,’ she claimed, referring to her husband, a rich San Francisco investor who was dedicated to his wife and children. She spoke about his efforts for the people of the Himalayas and mentioned that he had been a long-time friend of the Dalai Lama, who was present at the ceremony.” The senator said.
Report says that Feinstein, 88, has missed a number of votes in recent weeks due to her husband’s declining health, which has contributed to Democrats’ precarious 50-50 legislative advantage. Sen. Ben Ray Luján, D-New Mexico, is also absent due to a stroke that he had in January. He is likely to return in the coming weeks, ahead of a vote on Biden’s Supreme Court nominee, Ketanji Brown Jackson, which is expected to take place in April.
With too much hurt in her heart, she added, “For more than 40 years, my husband has been my partner and greatest friend,” I stated “Feinstein made the statement in response to the letter. “He was at my side during the good times and the difficult times.” It will be really difficult for me to live without him.”
A former chairman of Blum Capital Partners, an equity investment management firm, Blum was also a businessman. He is also a former chairman of the University of California Board of Regents and a former chairman of the advisory board for the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley. He has also served on the boards of directors of several nonprofit organizations.
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