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  2. Delchamps - Wikipedia

    Delchamps. Delchamps was a chain of supermarkets along the central Gulf Coast of the United States, headquartered in Mobile, Alabama. At the time of its acquisition in 1997, the company had 118 supermarkets in Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Florida and its stock was public traded on NASDAQ under DLCH.

  3. Working at Delchamps: Employee Reviews |

    Good company, fair wages, fun place to work. Person In Charge (PIC) (Former Employee) - Baton Rouge, LA - March 29, 2017. Delchamps was a great place to work. It was small, not to small, you got to know your customers personally. Management was fair, they treated you well. Was this review helpful?

  4. Ask McGehee: Is it true a Delchamps was located on Conti ...

    Tom McGehee. -. September 2, 2021. Few would recognize this unique Midtown building as having been built to house an early Delchamps grocery store. It adjoins the former residence of founder Alfred Delchamps. Photo courtesy Tom McGehee. The much-lamented chain of grocery stores traced its beginnings to a small building at the intersection of ...

  5. Alfred Frederick Delchamps - The Alabama Business Hall of Fame

    Alfred Delchamps died in Mobile on July 22, 1978. His leadership in business, education, civic, and religious affairs might be attributed to the philosophy that a person must, “Do what you have to do the best you can and if you have to do it tomorrow, do it better.”. Alfred Delchamps was a kind man who knew business, but most of all knew ...

  6. Delchamps CEO Resigns Weeks After Lawsuits Over Firings

    Delchamps had worked almost 30 years with company. He became chief executive after his cousin, Fred Delchamps, who had headed the firm since 1976, was killed in a plane crash in 1989. The company operates 122 stores in Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Florida and employs more than 8,000 people.

  7. Delchamps v. Delchamps :: 1984 :: Alabama Court of Civil ...

    449 So. 2d 1249 (1984) Peggy Hensarling DELCHAMPS v. John Randolph DELCHAMPS. Civ. 4019. Court of Civil Appeals of Alabama. April 11, 1984. *1250 Barry A. Friedman, Mobile, for appellant.

  8. Long-gone grocery stores of New Orleans: Vintage photos from ...

    Delchamps. Vinita and Jaslyn Oberoi of LaPlace buy gallons of water at the LaPlace Delchamps in 2000. The store had over 3,000 extra gallons of water on hand but it had been flying off the shelves

  9. Jitney Jungle - Wikipedia

    Jitney Jungle was a chain of supermarkets that began in Jackson, Mississippi, in 1919. [1] It was a private Forbes 500 company and one of the largest privately held grocery store chains in the United States. It was acquired by Winn-Dixie in 2000. [2]

  10. Oliver Delchamps Sr. of supermarket chain dies - UPI Archives

    Delchamps is survived by two sons, Oliver H. Delchamps Jr., chairman of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and John R. 'Randy' Delchamps, both of Mobile; one daughter, Mary Delchamps Reyner of Dothan ...