IFSEAInternational Food Service Executives Association
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Gates and IFSEA, the Ney Award is designed to recognize the best general messes in the Navy, in honor of Capt.
At the 2012 IFSEA Conference, JTM Food Group will feature a Fiesta of Flavor, serving a variety of great-tasting Mexican products including; Reduced Fat and Sodium Beef Taco, Shredded Chicken Taco, Pork Carnitas, Shredded Beef Ranchero Filling, Queso Blanco sauce, and Poco Enchilada Sauce.
The evaluation teams were made up of senior Navy and Marine Corps mess management specialists and representatives from IFSEA.
Luros-Elson, the first woman to ever receive this prestigious lifetime achievement award, was honored during the IFSEA Celebration Dinner at the 104th International Conference in San Diego.
Ed Manley, IFSEA President & COO, explained: "There is normally one award given each year, in a few years there were two, and in some years there were none.
A member of IFSEA since 1979, Laurel Schutter served the past year as chairman-elect, and has been on the international board of directors for several years, acting as central region director, central region vice president and international treasurer.
Chairman-elect Robert Mathews began his involvement with IFSEA as a hospitality curriculum student in 1972.
IFSEA is a food service industry trade association whose members include executive chefs, operators, dietitians, consultants, managers and owners of catering firms, restaurants, hotels, and clubs.
The Ney awards were established in 1958 and the Hill awards in 1958 by the Secretary of the Navy and IFSEA to improve and recognize quality food service in the Navy and Marine Corps.