Helped to expand the family dining chain in Florida
Industry veteran Bob Leonard, a former IHOP executive and longtime franchisee who developed the family dining brand in Florida, died at age 65. Officials did not release the cause of death. Leonard served as executive advisor to Argonne Capital Group in Atlanta. Previously, he was president and chief operating officer of Sunshine Restaurant Partners LLC, successor to FMS Management Systems Inc, which operates and subfranchises more than 145 IHOP restaurants in Florida and Georgia. Leonard ...
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