SALT LAKE CITY — Funeral services were scheduled here Saturday for Walt Lincoln Macey, founder of Macey's here, who died last week of natural causes. Macey, 90, had been in poor health for the past couple of years, his family said. The 10 Macey's stores were sold to Associated Food Stores here in 1999. Macey opened his first store, called Save-A-Nickel-Market, in 1947 with partner Dale Jones, but Macey launched his own chain when the partners split up in 1963. He is survived by three sons, ...

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