California Man Wins $1.765 Billion Powerball Jackpot

Representing a group that took home the second-highest Powerball prize ever is Theodorus Struyck.

Before taxes, the $1.765 billion prize is worth a lump amount of $774.1 million.

The grandfather is 65 years old, and he was raised in a little hamlet north of Los Angeles.

After the ticket went unclaimed since October, lottery officials today announced one of the winners of a $1.765 billion jackpot.

As per the California Lottery, a group of winners is represented by Theodorus Struyck, 65.

According to local station KGET, Struyck is a grandfather who enjoys fishing. He was described as "really pleasant" by a neighbor, but no further details about the group he represents were provided.

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