Who is 440 Oliver?
Oliver manufactured Super 44 and 440 series tractors between 1957 and 1975; these low production models have become harder and harder to come by over time.
F.W. testified that she had been at Oliver’s home for an extended period and engaged in consensual sexual activity; however, she was held against her will and assaulted by him using fists, straps and fireplace pokers.
Early Life and Education
Oliver was an elite sprinter on Penn’s track team. Competing in both 110- and 220-meter events, but best known for his exceptional 440 performance. Although Oliver placed fifth in his final heat at 1924 Olympic trials, due to his outstanding spring performance he was still named to join Team USA.
He graduated college and started work as a dentist in Passaic before moving his practice to Haledon during the early 1950s, also serving as an estate agent.
He was also an avid collector of Oliver tractors. This included two low-production Super 44 and 440 models produced from 1957 to 1958 in response to IH’s Farmall line of offset row crop tractors; Oliver produced about 775 of these during that timeframe.
Oliver earned all-conference tight end status for the Spartans and is one of only four players to surpass 1,00 career receiving yards in school history. Additionally, Oliver served as team captain as a senior and competed in 440-yard hurdle races.
In 2022, PFF awarded him its highest run-blocking grade at tight end (74.0 grade on over 300 run-blocking snaps), despite running fewest routes of any tight end in the league.
Oliver is an award-winning tattoo artist who thrives on living life to its fullest. Since he could crawl, Oliver has been drawing and pushing himself artistically; with an extensive portfolio consisting of lettering, skulls, Japanese designs and portrait realism – Oliver can keep himself busy to ensure maximum creativity!
Achievement and Honors
Oliver became the first athlete from Baldwin Wallace to earn All-American status in the pentathlon and set her own school records across all five events. She contributed six points towards team competition at NCAA Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships to help finish 10th.
Oliver received the team’s Bill McCartney Award for special teams achievement after recording 25 tackles and breaking up 13 passes – third among his squad and one of its premier pass rushers.
His son Hugo described him as being like a Google before Google was even invented!
Oliver’s talent and natural ability garnered Hollywood’s notice and offered him roles in independent feature films while still in high school. However, he declined these offers in order to pursue his passion of Surfing and Skateboarding (for which he has won multiple Championships), designing innovative surfboards under Theess Surfboards as well as designing his own brand of innovative boards under this name.
He has participated in various charitable efforts, such as raising money for children with life-threatening diseases and teaching, while currently living in Florida with his wife and four children. A popular speaker, author of several books and television/radio show guest, he also collects vintage Oliver motorcycles – meeting fellow collectors at auctions!
According to some online sources, his net worth has been estimated to be in excess of $75 Million. A significant part of his income comes from his restaurant chain as well as books and TV appearances.
The Oliver family reside in a Grade II listed $16.3 million Hampstead Heath mansion, where their five children enjoy an opulent lifestyle, complete with life-size cubby houses and playing music on a baby grand piano. Although Oliver’s restaurant business has fallen upon hard times, 23 cookbooks and his enormous personal brand will help him navigate any financial crises in the near future.