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October 18, 1990 | STUART SILVERSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Van de Kamp's Holland Dutch Bakers has turned off its ovens and laid off nearly all of its work force, but the 75-year-old company said Wednesday that it expects to resume baking soon under new ownership. A union official, however, expressed concern that the closing is permanent. Employment at the bakery, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy court protection Aug. 31, has dwindled from about 500 a year ago to the current skeleton crew of 20.
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October 18, 1990 | STUART SILVERSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Van de Kamp's Holland Dutch Bakers has turned off its ovens and laid off nearly all of its work force, but the 75-year-old company said Wednesday that it expects to resume baking soon under new ownership. A union official, however, expressed concern that the closing is permanent. Employment at the bakery, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy court protection Aug. 31, has dwindled from about 500 a year ago to the current skeleton crew of 20.
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February 21, 1985 | NANCY RIVERA, Times Staff Writer
Van de Kamp's Holland Dutch Bakers Inc., whose trademark blue windmills have been well known around the Southwest since 1915, was recently sold to private investors for an undisclosed sum, it was learned Wednesday. President and owner Jack W. Leeney sold the baking company on Jan. 28 to investors William Zimmerman of Pasadena and James Galbraith of San Marino, a company spokesman said. Leeney, 44, was replaced as president and chief executive by Richard B.
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