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Jeanine Dick

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Net worth 2018: $1.1 Billion
Industry: Medicine
Country: France
BirthDay: 17 October 1933
Sigh: Scorpio
Died On: 29/03/1985
Children: 4

Jeanine Dick was bornon 17 October 1933 in France. Virbac has been curing pets since 1992. Jeanine Dick inherited her 49.7% stake in veterinarian-health company from her late husband, founder Pierre Dick (d. 1992). Jeanine has played a role in the company since her husband's death, and currently oversees its corporate foundation. While Pierre, a veterinarian by trade, was living in Nice, France, he opened a small lab in 1968 creating medicines for other vets to use. By 1987, the Virbac group was worldwide and expanding into the United States.


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In 2009, Sœur Sourire, a Franco-Belgian biopic, starring Cécile de France as Deckers, was released


In 2006, a musical version of Fell's play was staged during the New York Musical Theater Festival, produced by George DeMarco and David Gerard, both of whom produced the 1996 production


In 1996, The Tragic and Horrible Life of the Singing Nun premiered Off-Broadway at the Grove Street Playhouse


They were buried together on 4 April 1985 in Cheremont Cemetery in Wavre, Walloon Brabant, the town where they died


In addition to the other financial worries, an autism centre for children started by Annie Pécher had to close its doors for financial reasons in 1982


Under the name "Sister Smile", she released another album in 1979, which she described as containing "honest, religious songs" and commented that the album would help listeners to "know who I really am


In 1973, Deckers became involved with the Catholic Charismatic Renewal


"In the late 1970s, the Belgian government claimed that she owed $63,000 in back taxes


Increasingly frustrated at what she perceived to be the Catholic's Church failure to fully implement the reforms of the Second Vatican Council she released a song in 1967 defending the use of contraception called "Glory be to God for the Golden Pill" This led to an intervention by the Catholic hierarchy in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, which resulted in one of her concerts being cancelled


The Singing Nun is a 1966 American semi-biographical film about the life of Deckers


In 1965, Debbie Reynolds starred in The Singing Nun, a biographical film loosely based on Deckers


She gave concerts and appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show on 5 January 1964


"In 1963 she was sent by her order to take theology courses at the University of Louvain


In 1961, the album was recorded in Brussels at Philips; the single "Dominique" became an international hit, and in 1962 her album sold nearly two million copies


In September 1959 she entered the Missionary Dominican Sisters of Our Lady of Fichermont, headquartered in the city of Waterloo, where she took the name Sister Luc-Gabrielle


She moved in with Annie Pécher (1944-1985), whom she had first met when she worked as a counsellor in a seaside camp in her youth


She was born Jeanne Paule Deckers in Laeken in 1933, the daughter of a pâtisserie shop owner, and was educated in a Catholic school in Brussels

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