As Thomas K. Zaucha, a founder of the National Grocers Association, takes his bow as the silver-haired statesman of NGA this week, it's time to reflect on his legacy and his impact on independent food retailers and their wholesaler partners. This marks Zaucha's final NGA convention after a remarkable 28-year career as the organization's president and chief executive officer. He officially retires on June 30 at age 66. The convention, which runs Feb. 9-12 at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel, is ...
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