Gerald B. Shreiber, J & J's President and Chief Executive Officer, commented, "In addition to the seasonal loss of our PHILLY SWIRL business which was acquired in May 2014, our operating income was impacted by higher operating expenses of our ICEE frozen beverage business during its seasonally low period and soft volume and higher costs in our food service business." J&J Snack Foods Corp. is a leader and innovator in the snack food industry, providing nutritional and affordable branded niche snack foods and beverages to foodservice and retail supermarket outlets. Manufactured and distributed nationwide, our principal products include SUPERPRETZEL, BAVARIAN BAKERY and other soft pretzels, ICEE and SLUSH PUPPIE frozen beverages, LUIGI'S, PHILLY SWIRL, MINUTE MAID* frozen juice bars and ices, WHOLE FRUIT sorbet and frozen fruit bars, MARY B'S biscuits and dumplings, DADDY RAY'S fig and fruit bars, CALIFORNIA CHURROS and TIO PEPE'S churros, PATIO Burritos and other handheld sandwiches, THE FUNNEL CAKE FACTORY funnel cakes, and several cookie brands within COUNTRY HOME BAKERS. For more information, please visit us at www.jjsnack.com .
He will be sadly missed. Phil was preceded in death by his parents and son, Mark Dawson. Phil is survived by his wife, Marlene; daughter-in-law Connie Dawson of Prior Lake; sons Todd (Christie) Dawson of Houston, Paul Dawson of Dresbach, and John (Anna) Dawson of La Crosse; brother Jim (Anita) Dawson of Turlock, Calif.; three half-brothers, Jim (Joan) Wermers, Tim (Millie) Wermers, and Larry (Arlene) Wermers; five grandchildren, Zachary, Brett, Cody, Rylee and Taylor; and one great-grandchild, Aiden. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Jan.
Marcel Shipp is a former NFL player who was hired by the Jets this week as a running backs coach. Last fall, Lesniak, a Democrat, publicly called for Michael Shipp to recuse himself from the case due to his brother's connection to the NFL, which included a minority coaching fellowship with the Arizona Cardinals . The NFL, the NHL, the NBA , Major League Baseball and the NCAA sued New Jersey in 2012 to stop the state from allowing sports betting. Since then, Michael Shipp has ruled against the state several times. The case is on appeal with the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court in Philadelphia and is expected to be argued in March, Lesniak said.
State Sen. Ray Lesniak and Monmouth Park Racetrack attorney Dennis Drazin, both strong supporters of sports gambling in New Jersey, said Wednesday they wont seek to file a motion to have U.S. District Judge Michael Shipp remove himself from the case after brother Marcel Shipps hiring. Marcel Shipp is a former NFL player who was hired by the Jets this week as a running backs coach. Last fall, Lesniak, a Democrat, publicly called for Michael Shipp to recuse himself from the case due to his brothers connection to the NFL, which included a minority coaching fellowship with the Arizona Cardinals.
Schreiber was a United States Navy veteran, serving on the USS Hancock. He was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Hays, and a member of the Knights of Columbus. Survivors include one son, Dale Schreiber and wife Beth of Gray, Tenn.; two daughters, Pam Joy and husband Fred of Hays, and Terrie Vandine of Wichita; one brother, Kenneth Schreiber and wife Joan of Olmitz; one sister, Betty Pancost and husband Allen of Sterling, Colo.; one sister-in-law, Beatrice Schreiber of Denver, Colo.; eight grandchildren, Michelle (Josh) Callahan, Jeff Schreiber, Chrisy (Tony) Crough, Scott (Briar) Schreiber, Jessica Vandine, Brett Schreiber, Katie Joy, and Courtney Vandine; and seven great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; and two brothers, Father Paul Schreiber J.C.B.