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|Born||IllinoisOctober 14, 1914,|
|Died||October 10, 1994Walnut Creek, California(aged 79),|
|Known for||Co-founding DHL|
He was born in Illinois on October 14, 1914, to a Jewish Polish father and an American mother. He attended Wheaton College (Illinois), but later dropped out. He married Marjorie Schutt Dalsey and they had two children together, a boy named Jonathan and daughter Jennifer. He also fathered another son, Harry Dalsey after divorcing his wife Marjorie. Harry admitted to killing Guy Broomfield in 1999, and plea bargained it down to manslaughter. Adrian Dalsey married Harry's mother Annie, and they were together until he died in 1994, in Walnut Creek, California .
In 1969, he co-founded DHL alongside business partners Larry Hillblom and Robert Lynn. He traveled to southeast Asia, Micronesia, Hawaii, Guam and other various parts of Asia, until he sold his share of DHL in 1980.
- Shirley Anne Field (sister of Guy Broomfield)
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