Rosa Anna Magno Garavoglia & family was bornon 8 March 1933 in Italy. Rosa Anna Magno Garavoglia, who controlled alcoholic beverage firm Gruppo Campari, died on November 22, 2016. She was 82. Forbes estimated that she and her children shared a fortune worth $3.8 billion. After her death, her son Luca Garavoglia took charge at the company, which boasts a portfolio of 50 brands including Skyy vodka, Wild Turkey whiskey and the aperitif Campari, in 190 countries. She inherited Gruppo Campari from her late husband, Domenico, a long-time employee and former managing director at the company, who in turn inherited his stake from an heir to the Campari family, Angiola Maria Migliavacca, in 1982. Together with her son Luca and daughter Alessandra, Rosa Anna Magno Garavoglia led the company through a period of aggressive acquisitions and an IPO in 2001. The Garavoglias were in the limelight in 2000, when they were sued by Maddalena Garavoglia, another of Rosa Anna's daughters, who alleged that she was being pushed out of the family unfairly; the suit was settled in 2006 for $100 million.
She died on 22 November 2016, aged 82 or 83, and it was announced that her son Luca Garavoglia, chairman of Campari "would now assume control of Alicros, which owns 51 percent of Campari's equity, and an even greater share of voting rights"
Rosa Anna Garavoglia (née Magno; 8 March 1933 – 22 November 2016) was an Italian billionaire, the owner of 51% of Gruppo Campari