Mcclure Wins Certificate

January 27, 1992

The general manager of Carrol's Creek restaurant recently received the Foodservice Management Professional certificate, the highest professional credential awarded by the Educational Foundation of the National Restaurant Association.

A native Annapolitan, Richard McClure is one of only 12 recipients in Maryland. He has been in the restaurant business for 26 years, starting as a busboy at Howard Johnson and working as a waiter, bartender, restaurant manager, general manager and food chain manager.

His experience has taken him to restaurants in St. Louis and Washington and includes some of Annapolis' oldest establishments.

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