Cigar Aficionado's Hall of Fame
Six men who dedicated their lives to building the cigar industry -- and improving the cigars we smoke
From the Print Edition:
10th Anniversary Issue, Nov/Dec 02
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"My business allowed me to do for my family the way I always dreamed," he said. When he died in 1996, at the age of 89, it was his family that succeeded him. His son John runs the company now -- and after him, John Jr., Oliva's grandson, stands ready to take over.
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