Fred Dollar, an early innovator in the college and university segment, passed away on September 5 at his home in College Station, TX. He was 89. A retired U.S. Army colonel, Dollar had served as the foodservice director at Texas A&M University for many years. A 1977 NACUFS Theodore Minah award winner and a 1978 IFMA Silver Plate recipient, Dollar was one of the first to formalize student review committees to solicit input on the school’s menu and service offerings. He was also a pioneer ...

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