|Birth Day||August 16, 1866|
|Age||153 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||Oct 9, 1932 (age 66)|
Famous for founding Fazer, a successful Finnish company devoted to the production of food and candy products, he is also remembered for his participation (as a marksman) in the 1912 Olympic Games.
A nature enthusiast, he established several parks in his native Finland.
The son of a Swiss citizen named Eduard Peter Fazer, Karl Fazer spent his early years in Helsinki, Finland, and later settled in Jokioinen. He and his wife Berta raised four children; one of their grandchildren, Peter Fazer, became an Olympic Sailor.