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The Million Dollar Kid

Boetius Henry Sullivan, Sr. (November 18, 1885 - February 14, 1961) was a Chicago businessman and lawyer who reorganized the Sawyer Biscuit Company in 1925.[1] He was known as "The Million Dollar Kid" for his charitable contributions while attending university.[2]

Biography

He was born on November 18, 1885, to Roger Charles Sullivan and Helen Marie Quinlan in Chicago, Illinois. He attended Yale University and Harvard Law School, and on December 28, 1911 married Mary Loretta Connery.[2][3] His father, Roger Charles Sullivan died on February 14, 1961.[4] His son, Boetius Henry Sullivan, Jr. died four years later on December 19, 1966.[5]

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