Summary: founder of Mrs. Paul's Kitchens, Inc. frozen fish company whose line of frozen seafood became famous for its fish sticks who had started the company in 1946 with $450 borrowed from friend John Paul (hence Mrs. Paul's), and who sold the company to Campbell's Soup in 1982 for a reported $55 million, and who published his memoir Some Good in the World: A Life of Purpose: A Memoir in 2001.
Cause of Death: Bone cancer
Born: October 24, 1916
Died: March 27, 2004
Location: Fort Washington, Pennsylvania