Perhaps one anecdote best describes the attitude the Whitcomb family brings to their Long Islandbased business, Whitsons Food Service. It happened in 1985, early in the company’s history, recalls Chairman/CEO Robert Whitcomb. The then-small firm had been invited to cater a luncheon for some 500 people during a mayoral visit to a homeless shelter. It was a significant opportunity to impress potential clients, but a miscommunication had Whitcomb believing the event would take place ...

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