Ohio No. 1 in U.S. for Mega Millions jackpot-winning trusts


Ohio is the leader among states for Mega Millions jackpot winning tickets claimed by a trust, corporation or registered group.

The Buckeye State added to its lead last week when the ABC XYZ Trust came forward to claim the $142 million winning ticket sold May 4 at Fat Daddy’s Road Dog in Moraine.

Since Mega Millions started in 2002, 12 winning tickets were claimed by registered groups either living in – or buying the lucky ticket in – Ohio, according to the list of winners on the lottery organization’s website.

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Texas ranks second on the list with six, followed by Michigan (four) and New York (three), according to Mega Millions.

There are several advantages to a trust, including anonymity, asset control and professional management, according to legalzoom.com.

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In all, more than 160 jackpot winning Mega Millions tickets have been sold, with 33 of those claimed by a trust, corporation or registered group, according to Mega Millions website.

They include:

2018

•May 4 - $142 million won by the ABC XYZ Trust with a ticket purchased in Moraine, Ohio

•January 5 - $451 million won by Secret 007, LLC, of Port Richey, Fla.

2016

•November 18 - $83 million won by ADirectConnection LLC of Georgia

•October 11 - $49 million won by the It Will Buy Me a Boat Revocable Trust of Rockwall, Texas

•July 8 - $536 million won by Warren D, LLC, of Indiana

2015

•November 13 - $202 million won by the Lucky Duck Passive Trust of Columbus, Ohio

•March 24 - $58 million won by the Lucky 16 Trust of Manhattan, N.Y.

2014

•June 27 - $33 million won by the 6-27-14 Revocable Trust of Houston, Texas

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•March 18 - $414 million – 2 winning tickets ($207 million each), including Cobie and Seamus Trust Dated April 21, 2014 of Merritt Island, Fla.

2011-2013

•July 16, 2013 - $20 million won by “The Lucky Ones” Partnership of Houston, Texas

•May 4, 2012 - $118 million won by The Dirty Dozen, a partnership from Chicago, Ill.

•May 27, 2011 - $35 million won by MAIM Revocable Trust in Granbury, Texas, including P1 Gold Lottery Club of Belleville, Mich.

2010

•November 9 - $25 million won by The Gravina Island Trust in Broadview Heights, Ohio

•June 11 - $36 million won by RRRLB Lottery Club of Kalamazoo, Mich.

2009

•July 7 - $133 million won by The Archibald Trust of Queens, N.Y.

•May 1 - $227 million jackpot - 3 winning tickets ($75.6 million each), including The Ross County Beneficiary Trust of Chillicothe, Ohio

2008

•December 12 - $207 million won by The Piqua 207 Group of Piqua, Ohio

•May 16 - $196 million won by The Anthony Trust in Amelia, Ohio

2007

•January 9 - $125 million - Crump, Allen & Lewis General Partnership of Amarillo, Texas

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•July 6 - $128 million - H & H Trust of Dallas, Texas

•August 31 - $330 million - 4 winning tickets ($82.5 million each), SB Alchemy Holdings, Ltd., of Dallas, Texas

•December 18 - $163 million - 2 winning tickets ($81.5 million each), including JYS Family Limited Partnership of Chicago

2006

•January 6 - $15 million - Providence Blind Trust and claimed by John E. Rosino in Ohio

•February 28 - $270 million - M & H Blind Trust and claimed by Mark M. Mockensturm in Ohio

•April 18 - $265 million - WFJ Trust and claimed by Todd A. Felthaus in Ohio

•June 27 - $24 million - The Sky Blind Trust and claimed by Michael T. McGrail in Ohio

2005

•March 1 - $115 million - MAL Holdings of Rowlett, Texas

•April 22 - $208 million - Ralph and Mary Stebbins of Port Huron, Mich.

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•June 3 - $106 million - The Kevin G. Robertson Declaration of Trust, Kevin G. Robertson, trustee in Ohio

•November 29 - $35 million - 2 winning tickets ($17.5 million each), including His Club of Saginaw, Mich.

2004

•July 2 - $294 million - RMS 2004 Trust in Boston, Mass.

•Aug. 20 - $52 million - The ABC Blind Trust and claimed by Dennis Siciliano in Ohio

•December 3 - $25 million - Hackensack Resources Associates, LLC in N.J.

2002

•May 17 - $28 million - Samuel Rice and The Rice Partnership of Chatham, Ill.



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