Like many Bob Evans Restaurants executives, Roger Williams has been with the 579-unit family-dining chain for a long time. His first job there in 1967 was as a restaurant crew member. He moved through several positions en route to the presidency, including regional vice president of operations. Subsequently, he switched to marketing, moving up to senior group vice president of marketing and technical services. Following an appointment to the company’s food products division ...

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