|William Ignatius Walsh|
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|William Walsh and Charlotte Jerabek|
William Walsh, Junior born circa 1921 was the second child of William Walsh and Mae McCarthy. See William Walsh
William Ignatius Walsh married Charlotte Jerabek, the sister of his father's second wife, Mary Jerabek, date unknown.
William I. Walsh and the A&P
William I. Walsh wrote The Rise and Decline of The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company which was published by Lyle Stuart Inc. in 1986. According to the book jacket
"William I. Walsh began his career with A&P as a part-time store clerk in the summer of 1938. In 1945, after service in World War II, he returned and held positions in all phases of A&P's operations, starting as a clerk through various middle management levels to vice-president, retail operations, in New Jersey and New York. In 1969, he was name president of A&P's Eastern region comprising 1100 stores in New York, New Jersey, New England and Canada. He was elected executive vice-president and member of the board of directors in 1971. Until his retirement in 1981 he usually represented the loyal minority retail opinion in top management and also served as president of A&P's manufacturing subsidiaries and Supermarket Systems."
William I Walsh Obituary
"William I. Walsh, 67, Ex-Official for A.&P.New York Times February 07, 1990. Obituary courtesy of Maria Lahiff Pedulla.
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