"Robert Lloyd "Bob" Crandall" is the former president and chairman of American Airlines. Called an industry legend by Airline/airline industry observers, Crandall has been the subject of several books and is a member of the Hall of Honor of the Conrad Hilton college.

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I was looking for somebody who could operate effectively and had good personal chemistry.

The people who come to our food pantry have no food left at home. Considering the expense of fresh produce, we are providing something they wouldn't have otherwise because they don't have the money to buy fresh produce.

When you're talking about cars or washing machines or whatever, those people are buying steel a year forward or more.

If the Wright Brothers were alive today, Orville would have to lay off Wilbur.

We will have a meeting sometime in the upcoming months to start to look at next year. We might add fruit trees, but we need to discuss what all that this will entail in terms of work and volunteers. Regardless of what we decide, I certainly do not foresee any diminishing of the program in the future.

You're going to have a tough time picking up effects in month-to-month or even year-to-year movement of steel prices.

People in the airline industry don't want agencies out and they don't want them in, ... They don't care. They want to distribute airline tickets in the most cost-effective way possible. If the agencies don't add value, they will do it themselves.

We've had three good years in a row.

Once the produce is brought to us, we have it out for distribution at our emergency food pantry. The produce goes quickly, but what is left over we then distribute to other places that serve meals, such as the Connection Cafe in downtown.