PMA Appoints New Foodservice Board

New foodservice Board Chairman Mikel Weber, vice president of eastern operations for Golden Corral Corporation, Raleigh, NC, heads a 16-member board that includes:

  • Mark Austin, vice president, Hardie's Fruit & Vegetable Co., LP, Dallas, Texas;
  • Leonard Batti, vice president of production and processing, NewStar Fresh Foods, Salinas, CA;
  • Steve Bleecker, senior corporate manager of sourcing and procurement, The Walt Disney Co., Lake Buena Vista, FL;
  • Bob Bossong, director of produce, UniPro Foodservice, Inc., Atlanta;
  • Chris Ciruli, chief operating officer, Ciruli Bros., Rio Rico, AZ;
  • Kevin Donovan, national sales manager, Phillips Mushroom Farms, Kennett Square, PA;
  • Mark Erickson, vice president of continuing education, The Culinary Institute of America, Saint Helena, CA;
  • R. David Figueroa, director of purchasing, Juice Harvest/Evolution Corporation, San Bernardino, CA;
  • Albert R. Green, director of operations/food safety, Six L's Packing Company, Immokalee, FL;
  • Anne Kimball, director of supply chain management, Jamba Juice Company, San Francisco;
  • Lynne Moorman, commodities purchasing manager, El Pollo Loco, Irvine, CA;
  • Kenny Myers, chief operating officer, Kegel's Produce, Inc., Lancaster, PA;
  • Gina Marie Nucci, director of foodservice marketing, Mann Packing Company, Inc., Salinas, CA;
  • C. Greg Reinauer, vice president of sales and marketing, Amerifresh, Inc., Seattle;
  • Michael Spinazzola, president, Diversified Restaurant Systems, Inc., San Diego;
  • Maurice Totty, senior procurement manager

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