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|Born||20 September 1881|
|Died||4 July 1967 (aged 85)|
(1930－1967, his death)
Otto Lagerfeld (September 20, 1881 – July 4, 1967) was a German businessman, who in 1919 founded the German company Lagerfeld & Co, which imported evaporated milk. He was married to Elisabeth Bahlmann (1897–1978), daughter of the Catholic Centre Party local politician Karl Bahlmann, and they were the parents of fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld.