SALT LAKE CITY — Services will be held here Dec. 27 for Paul Ream, founder of Ream’s Food Stores, a 10-store family-owned chain. Ream, 92, passed away Tuesday according to reports in the Daily Herald newspaper. Ream founded Ream’s in Provo, Utah, in 1949, and built his fortune by using his stores to sell war surplus merchandise. His company is run by his children and grandchildren today. Read More of Today's Headlines

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