Time continued to take its toll on the food industry's pioneers. Those who passed on during 1996 included the following: ed the first Bruno's Grocery Store on a $600 investment in 1932. He spent 52 years with the company before being slowed down by a heart attack in 1984, after which he served as chairman emeritus. At the time of his death, Bruno's operated 255 stores, with total sales of $2.9 billion. Ray Dillon, 98, former chairman of Dillon Cos., Hutchinson, Kan., in mid-February. ...

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