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Wife Of Late Colorado Operator Celebrates 20 Years In Business

Posted on June 13, 2012

LOVELAND -- A Loveland limousine company that a restaurateur launched "to give guests a treat" is celebrating its 20th anniversary this month, more than 10 years after the restaurant closed. Summit Limousines owner Kim Galloway said her late husband, Tim Galloway, was co-owner of the Summit Restaurant at 3208 W. Eisenhower Blvd. when he and his partner started Summit Limousines in June 1992.

FROM LCT: Tim Galloway, 55, a past two-time president of the Colorado Limousine Association, died of cancer on Nov. 19, 2011. [Obituary in LCT Magazine, January 2012, p. 12].

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Source: www.reporterherald.com

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