Chicago mob boss who spent a year and a half in prison after stealing $75,000 worth of televisions and radios. He died from cancer shortly after being charged with racketeering in 2001.
He ran legitimate businesses as a cover, including a jewelry shop and an abortion clinic.
He is known to have paid off the Chicago police as well as the mayor of Stone Park in order to protect his illegal poker machine racket.
He had a total of twenty-one grandchildren during his lifetime.
He and Frank Caruso are two of the most infamous Chicago-based mobsters of their time.