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CHIEF UPSET OVER PENSION FUND, FILES SUIT AGAINST AGENT
Published December 9, 1994
ROBERT PARRISH has filed a lawsuit against the estate of the late BOB WOOLF, charging mismanagement of Parish's pension fund. The suit claims that Woolf received "excessive commissions and fees while mis-managing Parish's pension and investment funds." Parish's attorney, Sydelle Pittas said the damage figure was "close" to $300,000. Officials at Bob Woolf Associates said they knew nothing about the suit and had recently spoken to Parish, who they still represent, and "had sensed no ill-will" (Peter May, BOSTON GLOBE, 12/9).