1Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Rocky Mountain Association of Milk and Food Sanitarians, December 14, 1955 at Denver, Colorado.
Mr. Paul V. Shank has worked in just about every job possible in a food establishment. About ten years ago he “graduated” from a cooking job to the ranks of restaurant operators–when he took over an old mansion that is famed from coast to coast today as the Tiffin, one of Denver's finest restaurants.
Active in civic affairs and an untiring worker both on local and national levels, Mr. Shank has served in most of the offices and on a great many committees of the Colorado-Wyoming Restaurant Association. He was president of this association from 1949 to 1951. He is also a director of the Denver Convention and Visitors Bureau and three years ago he was elected a director of the National Restaurant Association.