S. Truett Cathy, founder of the Chick-fil-A chain, died at age 93 early Monday morning, the company spokesperson announced.
He died peacefully, surrounded by family and friends. Liberal haters have already started tweeting horrible things about him – which we won’t publish.
Chick-fil-A restaurant founder S. Truett Cathy has died at 93: http://t.co/LhdNoZghh8
— Yahoo News (@YahooNews) September 8, 2014
Yahoo News reported:
Under the religiously conservative founder, the chain gained prominence for its Bible Belt observance of Sunday — none of its hundreds of restaurants are open on that day, to allow employees a day of rest. Its executives often said the chain made as much money in six days as its competitors do in seven.
Those religious views helped win Cathy and his family loyal following from conservative customers, but also invited protests when Cathy’s son denounced gay marriage.
Cathy’s 2007 book “How Did You Do It, Truett?” outlined his success as a Christian business man. Read more from Yahoo News.
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