Fictional character

Name: Stanley Schiltzen

Age: 43

Gender: Male

Race/Ethnicity: Polish

Profession: Coal Smuggler

Location: Rochester, NY

Personal Traits. Skills, Abilities and Characteristics: Friendly, hard working, always sees a job through

Biography (ca. 1921): Stanley spent most of his life working in the same office on Harrison St., filing paperwork for the City of Rochester's garbage handling contractors. It was always boring work, but Stanley was proud of it, and worked hard. Despite his efficiency and work ethic, Stanley was often passed up for promotions and job opportunities in his workplace because he had no connections to Boss Aldridge or the Boss's associates.

Schiltzen is a dedicated family man, spending his free time home with his wife and two sons. He is dedicated to his church and vehemently against the consumption of alcohol. Because of this, he never connected with his bosses and never advanced in position.

After multiple years of making no progress in his job, with the cost of living rising as the city's popularity grows, Stanley found himself struggling to make ends meet and decided to take matters into his own hands. Using the contacts with garbage contractors he'd built up over the years, Stanley began to slip packages of coal in with the garbage collectors and distribute it through the city.

Very recently his ventures in coal smuggling became profitable enough that he gained the attention of Bulldog Boys, who consider him a competitor and have made him an offer under no uncertain terms - work for them, or its the end for him.