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  2. Leroy B. Raffel, American Real estate development company executive. Served with United States Naval Reserve, 1945-1946. Background Raffel, Leroy B. was born on March 13, 1927 in Zanesville, Ohio, United States. Son of Jacob E. and Anne M. (Oliker) Raffel. Education Bachelor of Science, University Pennsylvania, 1949. Career

  3. Leroy Raffel Obituary (2015) - Brookfield, WI - Milwaukee ...

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    Church & Chapel Funeral Home - New Berlin 15250 West National Ave New Berlin, WI LEROY RAFFEL OBITUARY Raffel, Leroy R. Found peace November 9, 2015 at the age of 99. Preceded in death by his...

  4. The Inspirational Story of the Brothers Who Created Arby's

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    Forrest “Fuzzy” Raffel was born on May 14, 1922, to Jacob and Ann Raffel. His younger brother, Leroy, was born on March 13, 1927. Both brothers served in the military during World War II (Forrest in the Air Force and Leroy in the Naval Reserve). Forrest graduated from Cornell University’s School of Hotel and Restaurant Administration.

  5. Forrest and Leroy Raffel - Jew or Not Jew

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    Forrest and Leroy Raffel 1922 – 2008, 1927 — "Fast food? We don't east FAST FOOD!" That's what we tell everyone. Everyone who listens, that is. "McDonald's? We last ate at McDonald's... let's count... oh, 18 years ago. We were driving home from college and there were no other options..." "Taco Bell? We wouldn't eat it if someone force fed us!

  6. Arby's co-founder reminisces about the beginning - WFMJ.com

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    Wednesday, July 30th 2014, 9:34 PM EDT Leroy Raffel said it all started when he and his brother, Forrest, thought that their Youngstown restaurant equipment business was in jeopardy with the...

  7. The Jewish history of Arby’s - St. Louis Jewish Light

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    Forrest and Leroy were born to Jewish immigrants Jacob and Anna Raffel in 1922 and 1927, respectively. Despite the sizable age gap between the two siblings, Forrest (nicknamed “Fuzzy”) and Leroy were close with similar interests. During WWII, Forrest served in the Air Force and Leroy fought in the Naval Reserve.

  8. Raffel Brothers - Riverside Cemetery Journal

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    We had to reorganize under Chapter 11 bankruptcy,” said Leroy. At the age of 50 Fuzzy retired and moved to North Miami Beach. In 1976 the corporation was sold to Royal Crown and in 1979 the Arby’s headquarters were moved to Atlanta, Georgia. On September 19, 2008 the Florida newspapers announced the death of Forrest B. Raffel, Co-founder of Arby’s.

  9. The Jewish History of Arby's | The Nosher - My Jewish Learning

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    Forrest and Leroy were born to Jewish immigrants Jacob and Anna Raffel in 1922 and 1927, respectively. Despite the sizable age gap between the two siblings, Forrest (nicknamed “Fuzzy”) and Leroy were close with similar interests. During WWII, Forrest served in the Air Force and Leroy fought in the Naval Reserve.

  10. How did Arby's get its name? (And no, it doesn't stand for ...

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    The first Arby’s opened in 1964 with only one item on the menu: A roast beef sandwich and "no french fries,” according to co-founder Leroy Raffel. (iStock) They didn’t settle on the name Arby’s...