Trustees, beneficiaries quarrel over Jeno Paulucci's $100 million estate

The Iron Range's famous food magnate Jeno Paulucci left behind $100 million in trusts when he died last November at the ago of 93. Paulucci, who founded Duluth-based Chun King and Jeno's Pizza Rolls among other food lines, appointed two Florida trustees to mange the assest shortly before he died. Paulucci's children, beneficiaries of the estate, say the new pair manipulated their father on his deathbed have gone to court to have them fired.
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The Iron Range's famous food magnate Jeno Paulucci left behind $100 million in trusts when he died last November at the ago of 93. Paulucci, who founded Duluth-based Chun King and Jeno's Pizza Rolls among other food lines, appointed two Florida trustees to mange the assest shortly before he died. Paulucci's children, beneficiaries of the estate, say the new pair manipulated their father on his deathbed have gone to court to have them fired.

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