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Harrison McCain

AKA H. Harrison McCain

Born: 3-Nov-1927
Birthplace: Florenceville, New Brunswick, Canada
Died: 18-Mar-2004
Location of death: Boston, MA
Cause of death: Kidney failure

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Business

Nationality: Canada
Executive summary: Frozen french fry billionaire

Net worth $1.2B (Forbes 2004).

Father: Andrew D. McCain (seed potato farmer)
Mother: Laura Perley
Brother: Wallace McCain (co-founder of McCain Foods)
Brother: Robert McCain (co-founder of McCain Foods)
Brother: Andrew McCain (co-founder of McCain Foods)
Sister: Marie Sutherland
Wife: Marion McNair ("Billie", d. 1994 cancer, three daughters, two sons)
Daughter: Gillian McCain (punk magazine publisher)
Son: Mark McCain
Daughter: Ann Evans
Son: Peter McCain (d. 1997 snowmobiling accident)
Daughter: Laura McCain-Jensen

    High School: Florenceville High School, Florenceville, New Brunswick, Canada
    University: BA Economics, Acadia University (1949)

    McCain Foods Co-Founder (1956)
    Irving Oil Salesman
    Member of the Board of Bank of Nova Scotia
    Member of the Board of Canada Development Corporation
    Member of the Board of McCain Foods (1956-2004, as Chairman, -2002)
    Member of the Board of Petro-Canada
    Canadian Council of Christians and Jews Baord of Directors
    Council for Canadian Unity Board of Directors
    Japan Society
    Junior Achievement Canada
    National Gallery of Canada Chairman (1999-2002)
    New Brunswick Research and Productivity Council
    New Brunswick Development Corporation Board of Directors
    Potato Association of America
    Trilateral Commission
    French Legion of Honor
    Order of Canada 1984

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