Correctional Chieftain

Weisberg, Karen
October 2007
FoodService Director;10/15/2007, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p31
Trade Publication
This article features Louise Mathews, the retired chief of foodservices for the San Diego County Sheriff's Department. Upon retirement, the county named June 22, 2007, Louise E. Mathews Day. There also was a proclamation from the California State Legislature, and she received the Medal of Distinction from the California Peace Officers Association. In 1991, she had worked hard to convince her sheriff and the county's board of supervisors that the cook-chill was going to be the most cost-effective way of serving nutritious meals to the inmate population.


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