MINNEAPOLIS Less than two months after taking the reins as president of the Women’s Foodservice Forum, Alice Murray last week resigned her position in what was described as a mutual decision with the organization to sever the relationship. In an e-mail communication to WFF members on Friday, chairwoman Mary O’Broin said that the organization had taken on a nationwide search to find a new president after it had become apparent during Murray’s first six weeks “that the fit wasn’t right, and we ...

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