BELLINGHAM, Wash. — A memorial service has been scheduled here Thursday for Don Haggen, former chairman of Haggen Inc., who died Friday at age 80 after a brief illness. Haggen joined the family business — a single grocery store here operated since 1933 by his parents — in 1957 and, with his brother Rick, helped the company grow to become the largest independent grocer in the Pacific Northwest, with 29 stores — 13 Haggen Food & Pharmacy and 16 TOP Food & Drug stores in Washington ...

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