AT THE EXCHANGE. Cliff Bowen, Tom Lackmann, Joe DeScenza and Neil Reyer in a frozen moment of time. On February 22nd the foodservice industry lost one of its great role models—Tom Lackmann. A child of the Great Depression, he invested $2,000 in hard-won savings in 1954 to become one of three partners in a Long Island coffee shop. That humble beginning was the start of a lifelong career in hospitality marked by personal achievement, unmatched good will and a reputation as one of the ...
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