Jeffrey Mezger’s Wife Sandra Mezger

Sandra Mezger

Sandra Mezger is the longtime wife of Jeffrey Mezger, CEO of KB Home –one of the country’s largest home builders.

Sandra and her husband live in a posh gated community in the Bel Air neighborhood of Los Angeles. The two were recently involved in an altercation with entertainer neighbor, Kathy Griffin. As a result her husband’s bonus has been reduced by 25 percent –as announced by KB home.

According to reports, Kathy and her longtime boyfriend Ryan Bick called the cops to complain about a gathering at the Mezger’s home. According to security surveillance audio obtained by HuffPost, Sandra’s hubby loses his temper and is heard calling Kathy, explicit sexist and homophobic slurs.

Her husband has since then, issued an apology regarding the incident. Apparently this is not the first time Sandra Mezger and her husband have faced trouble with their famous neighbor.

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Sandra’s hubby is a Chicago native who obtained a bachelor of science in economics from DePauw University in 1977. He joined KB Home in the early 90’s where he previously served as chief operating officer and executive vice president. He was name president and CEO in 2006.

Jeffrey T. Mezger also belong to the California Business Roundtable and Member-High Production Builders Council at National Association of Home Builders. The 61-year-old is also on the Board of Directors at Builder Homesite, Inc. and USC Lusk Center for Real Estate.

Prior to KB Home he was employed as President-Central California Division by US Home Corp. and Chairman by Leading Builders of America. Mr. Mezger spent 15 years with U.S.A Home and served as its President of Central California division from 1983 to 1993, which expanded under his watch to include Bakersfield, Fresno and Antelope Valley.

Sandra’s hubby is a recognized opinion leader in the homebuilding industry. In 2012, Mr. Mezger was inducted into the California Homebuilding Foundation Hall of Fame for his outstanding contribution to the building industry through innovation, public service and philanthropy.