Industry Innovator, Emanuel Puglisi, Passes Away
Emanuel Puglisi, industry innovator, passed away on Wednesday, August 14, 2019, at the age of 95.
Emanuel was born in Ragusa, Sicily and came to live in Greenwich Village in 1937, working as a cabinet maker in New York City. Emanuel served in the U.S. Army during World War II, and settled in Howell following the war. He was the founder, owner, and operator of Puglisi Egg Farms, Howell, until retiring in 1986. Emanuel built the first high-rise poultry building in America and hosted people throughout the world to see his innovative techniques. Emanuel was also a past president of the New Jersey Poultry Products Council and a golden egg recipient...
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