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An Idaho resident living in the nation’s fourth-most populous state is the nation’ s 10th-wealthiest person.

John O’Neill, who owns a home in the resort town of Paradise, has an estimated net worth of $5.6 billion, according to Forbes.

In total, O’Neills wealth is nearly equal to the combined net worths of the top 10 wealthiest Americans, according the data.

He’s ranked among the 10 wealthiest people in the world according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.

O’Neil has spent the last three decades in Paradise, according he told The Associated Press last year.

The home he rents in Paradise is on the second floor.

It was purchased for $4.5 million in 2000.

The new home, which O’Neal purchased for his own personal use, has a pool and is valued at $8 million.

It’s not known whether O’Naples current home has been repaired.

O”Neill is the second-wealthier in Paradise.

His neighbor, the owner of a small town hotel and spa in Colorado, owns $3.9 billion in assets.

His wealth is more than twice as large as O’NEILL’s.

His income is nearly three times the median income for Idahoans.

O`Neill is also the fifth-wealthy person in Idaho, behind the three billionaires.

Oneill is the sixth-wealthym in the state.

His net worth is $1.5 billion, and he is the only resident of Paradise.

He lives with his wife, Jennifer, and his children.

He works as a computer programmer.

O”Neills retirement comes as a surprise to the community of about 1,000 people.

“There’s been some kind of trouble with his insurance company, but nothing too serious.” “

I haven’t been able to see him since he moved in,” Jones said.

“There’s been some kind of trouble with his insurance company, but nothing too serious.”

The community has seen its share of residents retire, and a number of residents have sought help in seeking assistance from the government.

The town, a vacation destination for Idaho and surrounding areas, is home to about 6,300 people.

In addition to Paradise, the area includes Deer Creek, which has a population of 2 and the area of Pemberton, which is home of the Deer Creek Inn.

In 2016, O”Neill purchased the home on Paradise’s second floor for $5 million.

The property is listed for sale on the National Register of Historic Places.

He told The AP last year that the home is worth $10 million.

A spokeswoman for the Idaho Department of Land and Natural Resources said the town does not track who owns properties on the national register.

She said the county is in the process of collecting information about property owners and their assets.

“We are trying to get that information, and it’s something we’re looking at doing right now,” she said.