Tubby Bacon

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Robert Bacon (1930 – January 9, 2012), nicknamed "Tubby," served as part owner of the Milwaukee Braves, was a noted oenophile and was one of "Chicago's leading gastronomes."[1][2]

He also sat on the board of the Independence Bank of Chicago and was a known underwriter of Lloyd's of London.

He died January 9, 2012 in Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago.

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