Thomas Keller Born at Camp Pendleton in Oceanside, California to Edward, a Marine drill instructor, and Betty Keller, Thomas was the youngest of five boys. Four years after his parents divorced, the family moved east and settled in Palm Beach, Florida. In his teenage summers, he worked at the Palm Beach Yacht Club, starting as a dishwasher and quickly moving up to cook. It was here he discovered his passion for cooking and perfection in a hollandaise sauce.During summers when work was slow, he took cook's jobs in Rhode Island. One summer he was discovered by French-born Roland Henin and tasked to his Dunes Club to cook staff meals.
Arpaio was raised by his dad who was a grocery store owner, because his mom died during labor. Arpaio graduated high school and worked in his dad’s store until he was 18 when he joined the Army. He served in the Army from 1950 to 1954 in the “Medical Detachment Division” and was also a M.P. After he was honorably discharged from the army in 1954, he moved to Washington, D.C. and became a police officer, a few years later he moved to Las Vegas. He served as a police officer there for 6 months before he was appointed as a special agent with the DEA.
Three gentlemen of the restaurant business founded Outback Steakhouse in 1987. Chris Sullivan, Bob Basham, and Tim Gannon put this company together in the efforts of producing the top of the line food at a fair price. In the beginning they expected to build five restaurants in one region of Florida, at the end of 1988 sales were $2.7 million from two restaurants and by the end of 1994 they had over 200 restaurants and sales of $594 million system wide. All three of the men had backgrounds in the restaurant business, Chris was a busboy, Bob was a dishwasher, and Tim was a chef. Chris and Bob moved up to executive roles in the Bennigans restaurant group, and found ambition to create their own restaurant.
Steve Ells opened the first Chipotle in 1993. He started to expand in 1995, with a second and third location. Steve talked about wanting to open his own restaurant, understanding the business from working in one of his favorite restaurants in San Diego which he got after finishing culinary arts school, He started Chipotle to back his restaurant Idea that he wanted to open. As he saw that Chipotle was taking off, he opened 3 more Chipotle’s throughout 1995. If when I saw my burrito shop taking off like this I would have turned it in to the restaurant instead of opening more small Chipotle he could of invested into one more but as a restaurant style, where he could of built it as a chain from there.
After founder Ron Zappe died in June 2010, President Rod Olson started sifting through e-mails that Zappe had exchanged five years earlier with interested buyers. Olson, who began his career in sales at the company’s outset in 1985, considered bids from public companies and a private equity firm before agreeing to sell to Hanover, Pa.-based Utz Quality Foods in January. Olson says Utz’s undisclosed offer best suited Zappe’s wishes for the future of the business. Above all other sale considerations, Zappe wanted assurance that his grandchildren and great-grandchildren would be able to enjoy Zapp’s distinctly flavored, kettle-cooked potato chips. Zappe also sought expanded distribution, brand quality retention and security for about 200 employees at factories in Gramercy, California and Pennsylvania.
A year later the Sandburgs sold the small cottage in favor of a larger house in Galesburg. Carl Sandburg worked from the time he was a young boy. He quit school following his graduation from eighth grade in 1891 and spent a decade working a variety of jobs. He delivered milk, harvested ice, laid bricks, threshed wheat in Kansas, and shined shoes in Galesburg's Union Hotel before traveling as a hobo in 1897. His experiences working and traveling greatly influenced his writing and political views.
Bill Clinton’s Personality: The Humanistic Approach Clinton’s Personality To many he is known as Bill Clinton, when in reality he was born under the birth name William Jefferson Blythe. Born on August 19, 1946 in a town called Hope, Clinton’s father died in a car accident just three months before his birth. His mother couldn't possibly support a child by herself, because of the current economy, so she sent him to live with his grandparents. While his mother was away at nursing school in New Orleans trying to advance her career, he remained living with his grandparents for two years. His grandparents tried to raise him on strong southern Baptist principles and provided him with the desire to get a good education.
John D. Rockefeller John Davidson Rockefeller was born in Richford, New York in 1839. He was the second of six children in his family. His parents were William Avery Rockefeller, a travelling salesman, and Eliza Davidson, a housewife. From a young age John used to earn extra money by selling potatoes and candy and even loaning small sums of money to neighbors. When he was 12 his family moved to Moravia, New York, and soon after they moved again to Owego.
This was my mother’s first place she visited in America because she went to the Polish National Home on Valentines Day. Six months later after the Valentines Day party she met my father at a Fourth of July party. Six months after the Fourth of July party on January 11, 1986 my father proposed to my mother guess where, that’s right at the Polish National Home. About a year later the first member of the Magiel family came on February 14, 1987 my brother Chris was born. He was a lucky baby because he was born on Valentines Day.