Andy Gladstein

Andrew (Andy) Gladstein, born in Washington, DC, graduated from Indiana University with a BS degree in Education. His successful career in the furniture industry began in 1979 with Monterey Manufacturing accelerating from Regional Sales Manager to National Sales Manager to Vice President of Sales. In 1985, he became owner and CEO of Industrus Baja Pacifica and Pacific Trends with dual furniture factories in the United States and Mexico. Then in 1989, he became President of California Waterbeds with 32 locations in 7 states. From 1995-2007, he was the owner of four Tony Roma restaurants in Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky. He and his wife, Marylynn, moved to Rancho Mirage, California in 2007 and started Gladstein Properties and the Gladstein Charitable Foundation. They have two children, Sara and Drew, and two grandchildren. Andy’s philanthropic endeavors include:

  • Juvenile Diabetes Board
  • Indiana University Cancer Center
  • Indiana University Varsity Club
  • Indiana University Kenya AIDS Project
  • American Cancer Society
  • Barbara Sinatra Abused Children’s Center and numerous others



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