Pizza Hut co-founder Frank Carney died of Covid-19 at the age of 82
On December 2, CNBC reported that Pizza Hut co-founder Frank Carney died of pneumonia at the age of 82.
In 1958, Frank Carney and his brother Dan Carney borrowed $600 from their mother to open B&B’s beer and pizza.
A Pizza Hut spokesman said: “His legacy will survive in restaurants in big cities and towns across the country and the world.
The restaurants that have brought people together for decades prove his vision of the brand and his success as a business leader.