Zelienople Entrepreneur's Work Ethic Ensured Success
Vondas, Jerry, Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
When Salama Adham, an immigrant from Iraq, arrived in the United States in 1954, he couldn't speak a word of English and had little money.
He worked his way through high school and college, and graduated from Kent State University in Kent, Ohio, in 1960. Mr. Adham, at various times, owned and operated 10 Shop 'n Save grocery store franchises in Western Pennsylvania and Eastern Ohio.
"My husband had a terrific outlook on life," said his wife, Suzanne Arnold Adham, whom he met when they were students at Kent State.
"Sal understood that in this country, you can achieve your goals if you're willing to sacrifice and work hard."
Salama Adham of Zelienople …
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Publication information: Article title: Zelienople Entrepreneur's Work Ethic Ensured Success. Contributors: Vondas, Jerry - Author. Newspaper title: Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Publication date: September 2, 2009. Page number: Not available. © 2009 Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.