Successful foodservice operators often come to their careers from diverse backgrounds. Lyman Graham, who oversees school nutrition for three districts spread across New Mexico, certainly fits that description with a wide-ranging and fascinating resume that includes stints (in no particular order) as a ranch hand, on an oil field, in a tractor supply store, as a school custodian, as a Christian TV program host and as a restaurateur. But it isn't that colorful curriculum vitae but ...

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