Percival Fenwick was the manager of Odyssey Bank around the 1940's. Around 1946 there was a bank robbery, and it wasn't found out until years after he retired that Fenwick was an inside man in on the robbery. Fenwick never actually got his share of the money because it was put in a location unknown to him (The basement of the recreation center, which later became Whit's End). He got Alfred Myers to actually rob the bank while Fenwick planned it right down to blow darts that came in handy when Ralph Howards (who was a police rookie at the time) walked by on his rounds. He had an affection for African relics and gathered quite a collection in his home.
He has two deceased parents who left him his home on Chatwick Hill.