Paul Allen was Microsoft Corp co-founder died on Monday at the age of 65, his family said.
Allen left Microsoft in 1983 before the company became a corporate juggernaut, following a dispute with Gates, but his share of their original.
the partnership allowed him to spend the rest of his life and billions of dollars on yachts, art, rock music, sports teams, brain research, and real estate.
The Allen family said in a statement Allen died from complications of non-Hygienic’s lymphoma, a type of cancer.
In October Mr.Paul was being treated for the non-Hygienic’s lymphoma, which he also was treated for in 2009.
He had an earlier brush with Hygienic’s lymphoma, another cancer, in the early 1980s before leaving Microsoft.
Mr.Paul loved the Music and Reading a Book that was a part of life. He was always talking about his struggling life and how to succeed in his life.
Allen loyal to the Pacific Northwest region. directing more than $1 billion to mostly local philanthropic projects.
Music-lover Allen had a list of high-profile friends in the entertainment business, including U2 singer Bono, but preferred to avoid the limelight at his compound on Mercer Island, across Lake Washington from Seattle, where he grew up.
Like Gates, Allen was a dedicated philanthropist, giving away more than $1.5 billion in his lifetime and pledging to donate more than half his wealth to charity.
Through various vehicles, Allen focused his giving on brain science, motivated by the loss of his mother to Alzheimer’s disease, along with universities and libraries.