Meet our Manager of Dining Services, Bob Crowe

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Meet our Manager of Dining Services, Bob Crowe

An alumnus of Luther College at the University of Regina (LCUR) (Bachelor of Arts, 1987), Bob is a Red Seal Chef with 30+ years of food, beverage, and business operational experience, most recently as Executive Director of Food and Beverage with the Regina Exhibition Authority Limited.

Working at LCUR gave him the chance to "come back home" and the opportunity for a better work/life balance. He also heard positive things about the work environment and kitchen team at LCUR which excited him even more.

Bob's goals for his first year are to develop a better method of communicating cafeteria specials, maintain resident and customer satisfaction, and establish LCUR as "the destination of choice for food services" on campus.

Welcome (back) Bob to the Luther Family!