Heyday Chief Of Staff

Heyday Chief Of Staff

Much public acclaim during World War II was accorded Generals Douglas MacArthur and Dwight D. Eisenhower, but Chief of Staff George C. Marshall told FDR how to run the show. Postwar he helped Harry Truman restore Europe through his heroic Marshall Plan. John Norey was the Heyday Chief of Staff at J. Press.

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Thank you for remembering my uncle, John Norey.
He ‘loved the store’.

Bob Feen

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