Dirce Navarro De Camargo & family was bornon 1913 in Brazil. Brazil's richest woman Dirce Navarro De Camargo died on April 20 at the age of 100. She and her family were ranked number 87 among the world's billionaires in March, with a net worth of $11.5 billion. The bulk of Dirce Navarro de Camargo's wealth came from her stake in Camargo Correa, a conglomerate founded by her late husband, Sebastiao Camargo, in 1939. The firm has operations in cement, energy and construction. In 2012 it bought 95% of Cimpor, a publicly traded cement maker based in Lisbon, for $3.7 billion. Dirce became chairman of Camargo Correa upon her husband's death in 1994 and served until 1996. Camargo?s three daughters - Renata de Camargo Nascimento, Rosana Camargo de Arruda Botelho and Regina de Camargo Pires Oliveira Dias - will inherit the family fortune since they hold equal share of the Participacoes Morro Vermelho SA holding company, which controls Camargo Correa.
Dirce Navarro De Camargo (1913 - 20 April 2013) was a Brazilian billionaire businesswoman, the richest woman in Brazil, with a net worth of $13
Dirce Camargo was chairman from 1994 to 1996, and was a major shareholder, with a net worth of $13