Known as the "Olive Oil King," Palermo-born Profaci ran the Mama Mia Importing Company, a leading importer of olive oil and tomato paste. He also ran the crime family which originally bore his name and later, after his death, became the Colombo family. Despite being characterized as “one of the most powerful underworld figures in the United States” by U.S. Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, Profaci never served time in an American jail even though he was arrested several times. The most devout Catholic of Mafia leaders, Profaci had an altar constructed in his home and his mausoleum is replete with religious symbolism. A figure of Jesus, with arms outstretched, adorns the door, while a sculpture of St. Aloysius, bearing a cross and clutching a skull, is perched atop the building.