|Born||Mary Elizabeth Simpson|
February 4, 1970
London, United Kingdom
|Other names||Mary E. Tucker|
Mary Ford Tucker
|Occupation|| • Co-founder of Tucker Foundation|
• Chief business officer of Historipedia
|Years active||1999–present (Tucker Foundation)|
|Known for||Mother of Motocross riders Charles, Richard and Danny Tucker|
|Parent(s)||Brock Ford • Jennifer Ford-Franklin|
Mary Ford (née Simpson; February 4, 1970) was an English-American business magnate and dietitian. Also an mother to professional motocross riders, Charles R. Tucker, Richard H. Tucker and Danny "Raptor" Tucker, she is also an Co-founder, alongside with her husband, retired professional motocross racer, Chris K. Tucker of the Tucker Foundation as well of Chief business officer of Historipedia.
Early life and education
Tucker was born Mary Elizabeth Ford on February 4, 1970 in London, United Kingdom to family of business magnates, Brock and Jennifer Mendelssohn (nee Franklin), a American couple while they visiting London.
In her childhood, Tucker went from multiple schools, including middle and high schools. In 1988, Tucker graduate from high school in London, and met Nate Anderson and married the following year. After graduation from College, Tucker and her family moved to the United States in New York in New York City. In 1991, the following divorce from the pervious year, on January 2, 1990, she met undefeated professional motocross rider (10–0) Chris K. Tucker and after year later -- they married.
Chris & Mary Foundation
Tucker and her new husband, created the Chris & Mary Foundation - a private foundation company who also created sub-foundation projects: including the Historipedia Foundation and pro and amateur raceways threw out Manhattan, New York. While she is an co-founder and Vice President of the foundation, she is responsibility for Chris's absents and sort fort.
Her husband Chris created Historipedia, a Wikia website on March 16, 2009. While having a Chief Business Officer (CBO) role on Historipedia, she is responsible for an academic or research institution such as a university, college, institute, or teaching hospital on the wikia.
Tucker re-married her second husband, Chris Tucker who's retired undefeated motocross racer on July 8, 1991; four days after 4th of July Independence Day. She give birth of three sons and also pro motocross racers, Charles R. Tucker, born in 1992, Richard H. Tucker, born in 1995 and Danny W. Tucker, born in 1999.