Vic Cassano Sr. was a gregarious promoter of Cassano’s Pizza King, which he founded in 1953 in Dayton, Ohio. But when it came to the details of his business, he was intensely private, refusing to open his books to scrutiny or consider what would become of his business once he gave up the reins.“He always said nobody would know about those except for him, his banker and the good Lord,” said son Vic Cassano Jr. “Even though I was helping him run it, he never shared that kind of information ...

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