Mr. Food will be missed

11/26/2012 12:04:00 PM
Tom Karst

Well, it will be interesting to see the balance of the comments and the discussions about this  topic. While some argue that individual attendees have the sole  responsibility to bring their objections about the appearance and attire of booth workers to the attention of those operating said booth, I think organizing associations have a key role in preserving a professional environment for all attendees. Isn't that a reasonable expectation?

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virginia a randall    
sherburne ny.13460  |  November, 26, 2012 at 04:59 PM

he will be missed by all. i have knowed him a long time. R.I

Albertina Brown    
Macon,GA  |  November, 27, 2012 at 11:26 AM

He will surely be missed by all. We love u Mr. Food. God hbless his family and friends. May peace abide with you through the holidays and the new year.

Ray Gilmer    
Washington DC  |  December, 05, 2012 at 03:51 PM

I ran Mr. Food on my newscasts when I was a news producer in my first career. He and his son Steve were always willing to go the extra mile to help promote his features, often making trips (from NY and later FL) to my stations to make appearances on-set. A great businessman and personality, on and off air. Thanks for everything Art.

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