Ex-Lehman M&A Chief `Chainsaw' Helps Bring Golf Playoffs to N.J.By
Zoidis got Plainfield course ready by felling overgrown trees
Left Wall Street at age 43 in 2002 to pursue other interests
Paul Zoidis walked away from Wall Street at age 43, stepping down from Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. in 2002 as co-head of global mergers and acquisitions after working on deals that totaled more than $150 billion.
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