CHICAGO -- Services will be held here Saturday, and in Newport Beach, Calif., on April 20, for Chris Huss, a former real estate executive with several supermarket chains in the West and Midwest, who died April 7 after a sudden illness. Huss, 65, began his career in Chicago with Piggly Wiggly, which later became Eagle Foods. In the late 1980s he went west to head up real estate for Lucky Stores, which was later acquired by American Stores and subsequently by Albertsons. Huss was instrumental ...

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