HOMETOWN: Ashland, N.H. EDUCATION: The Culinary Institute of America CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 winner of the National Restaurant Association's Cornerstone Humanitarian Award PERSONAL HIGHLIGHTS: taking his daughters to Europe for 10 weeks in 1980 HOBBIES: philanthropy, the mechanical and energy ends of the business, striving to be a "great american citizen" PERSONAL: longtime partner, two daughters, two grandchildren Ashland is the geographic center of New Hampshire and ground zero ...

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