Frederick Koch, arts benefactor and low-profile Koch brother, dies aged 86

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While his high profile brothers bankrolled libertarian causes, Frederick Koch preferred to live in relative anonymity Frederick Koch, who kept a low profile as an arts benefactor rather than joining the family oil business that became Koch Industries, has died,according to the New York Times . He was 86. His friend and longtime assistant John Olsen told the New York Times Koch died at his Manhattan home on Wednesday of heart failure. Continue reading...
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