The 80-year-old Jandali, who has been married at least three times, is even on Facebook.
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Paul and Clara Jobs, Steve’s adopted parents, are both deceased.
Paul Jobs, a Coast Guard veteran, worked as a machinist for a company that manufactured lasers, and is largely responsible for his son’s interest in electronics and working with his hands. She died in 1986, and Paul seven years later, in 1993.
Today, Abdul Fattah Jandali is Vice President and General Manager of the Boomtown Casino and Hotel in Reno, Nevada, where he uses the American first name “John.” Prior to working in Reno, he served as a political science professor at the University of Nevada.
It’s interesting to note that Jobs’ biological father is a successful businessman; certainly nothing on Jobs’ billionaire level, but perhaps some of his business smarts were passed on by Jandali, who only found out that his biological son was Steve Jobs in 2005.
[Updated December 17, 2014] When a person with as big an impact on the world as Steve Jobs dies, you can’t help wondering about the legacy he left behind.
Obituaries always tell you that the deceased is “survived by” his or her loved ones. Steven Paul Jobs was born February 24, 1955 to Joanne Carol Schieble, an unwed mother who gave him up for adoption, being unable to care for him alone.
His biological father was Abdul Fattah Jandali, a Syrian national who was in America to attend college.
It was during this time that the two met, and wanted to get married, but Schieble’s conservative father would not allow it.
Joanne remarried years later to an American named George Simpson, whose last name she took.