MAUMEE, Ohio (FNS) -- At a Jan. 9 annual meeting, shareholders of Seaway Food Town here will consider a successor for company co-founder Paul L. Pope, who is retiring from the board after 40 years. Stockholders also will vote on whether to re-elect Wallace D. Iott, 81, who helped establish the 43-unit chain with Pope in 1957. Also up for re-election is David J. Walrod, 50, executive vice president of operations. The meeting is slated to be held at Brandywine Country Club in Maumee, ...
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