MINNEAPOLIS -- The calm aspect and clear strategic thinking of Alfred N. Flaten is moving Nash Finch Co. smoothly into the future, but the shocking death of Harold B. Finch Jr. left an emotional void in the organization that won't be filled quickly. h, Harold Finch Jr.'s grandfather, was the first employee hired by the Nash brothers. Harry Finch eventually became CEO, and the company took its present name in 1921. Harold Finch Jr.'s father also headed the company. Flaten, now president and ...
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