Confessions

Operators open up about their passions, fears and embarrassing moments

Published in FSD Update

Randy Lait, senior director of hospitality services at North Carolina State University, in Raleigh, admires his mother, wishes he were a better typist and would be a now-retired NFL punter if not for...

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Lenny DeMartino, general manager for Parkhurst Culinary Services at Highmark, in Pittsburgh, admits a great fear of the world running out of pizza and an admiration for Jon Bon Jovi.

Katie Wilson, school nutrition director at 2,800-student Onalaska Schools in Wisconsin, says stay away from Civil War-themed events and Rocky Mountain Oysters.

Sam Bennett, associate vice president of student affairs and director of hospitality services at Texas Tech University in Lubbock and current president of NACUFS, admits to a weakness for single malt scotch and the desire to be taller.

Kris Schroeder,  administrative director of support services for the Swedish Medical Center in Seattle, and the first president of AHF, would love to add a few inches to her height and admits to a hesitation with blue-colored foods.

Ann McNally, vice president of amenities for Morgan Stanley in New York City, and president of SFM, comes clean about her love of managing people and seafood Fra Diavolo and hating her commute.

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