Bob Evans Founder in Cleveland Clinic

By: The Associated Press Email
By: The Associated Press Email

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New complications after a stroke have put restaurant and sausage company founder Bob Evans in the Cleveland Clinic.

Family members say Evans was moved to the Clinic on Friday after coming down with a staph infection. They say he also has been put back on a ventilator.

Evans, 89, had been recovering at his home in Rio Grande in southern Ohio. Earlier, Evans had been treated at a hospital in Huntington after suffering a stroke in February.

He retired as president of Columbus, Ohio-based Bob Evans Farms in 1986.

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