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I have no idea who this is.
He seems to be in the late 1940's to early 50's in this picture.
I think he has a great and somewhat sarcastic sense of humor.
I feel he was a shrewd businessman, who could read people well. Led what became a big company.
He talked about people behind their backs.
From Britain, or of British heritage, but went to America at some point, in the midwest.
A wife he was happy with, who was shy and in the background, and at least two kids.
I feel there was something unorthodox that people said would never work about the way he ran his business.
Getting the name Ronald. Also a Gerry or Perry.
I am seeing expensive cars. I don't think they are all his, so maybe to do with business.
I think he liked to play croquet. Very competitive and made even this game with his kids into an opportunity to get them to compete hard to win all the time.
Cold climate with bitter winters where he lived.
Conservative but open-minded about traditions.
Not getting the "big" thing at all. I shall return......