FSAA Hall of Fame Alumni

Harry Peters


Inducted 2017

With more than 50 years’ experience in the seafood industry, Harry Peters is an industry veteran.

Harry began his Seafood career with South African multinational Irvin and Johnson. He moved quickly up the ladder, becoming a Director of the company within 8 years. He left in 1978 to help establish a new business, All States Frozen Foods and to focus on what was to become a lifelong passion, the development of new and innovative products.


Sebastian Galipo


Inducted 2017

Sebastian’s Father forced him to sell the family’s excess home grown vegetables from the age of 12. Unknowingly Sebastian developed sales skills which later became invaluable when starting Galipo Foods in 1983.

Sebastian embarked on his journey in foodservice from humble beginnings when he started Galipo Foods with a one tonne truck & a few domestic fridges & freezers in his home garage. At the time he didn’t know what the word foodservice meant.


Bruce Robson


Inducted 2017

Bruce has spent 30 years dealing with the Foodservice market in a range of positions and a variety of business sectors.

He had his own brokerage business for 7 years contracting to companies such as Nestle, Tetley Tea, Stimorol, Helene Curtis, Ballantyne and Huhtamaki across a number of market segments – Confectionary, Hair Care, Drinks, Food Ingredients and Packaging.


Terry Randall


Inducted 2016

Growing up in London, Terry arrived in Australia in the early 80's after being offered a sales position with FSM. He progressed to Sales Director and then in 1995 agreed on a buy out with the then owner.

Since 1995 FSM has grown it's revenue significantly and is a predominant player in the supply of food service equipment to the major food service companies in Australia.


Pat Stobbs


Inducted 2016

Pat’s introduction to the Food Service industry started early in life with a summer job in High School working as a delivery driver and warehouse order picker for the Canadian division of Sysco, the largest Food Wholesaler in North America.

During a career spanning 34+ years with Nestlé, with the majority of his time spent in Food Service, Pat has been fortunate to have had a career which has spanned 4 continents and has included senior roles in Marketing, Sales, Training & Development, Supply Chain and Communications.


William Yee


Inducted 2016

William started in the food industry over 35 years ago working in Epic Trading Half Case Warehouse at Haymarket. In 1982, the company formed a joint venture with Wright Heaton Ltd) where he was appointed as Sydney branch manager.

In 1984 William took over their Sydney division when they off loaded their Foodservice division to A.G. Campbell in NSW and Burleigh Marr in Qld to become today’s EWH Food Services in New South Wales.


Peter Lucas

Peter LucasInducted 2012
Peter joined his family’s small company Chippy’s in 1976, distributing fresh seafood to the Sydney market. He flourished in a number of operational, sales, marketing and leadership roles, immersing himself in every aspect of the business to gain an understanding of the opportunities and challenges present in the foodservice industry.

Chippy’s received numerous state and national distributor awards due to Peter’s well-established synergy with the suppliers, customers and sales teams with whom he maintained strong working relationships. When Chippy’s was acquired by PFD in 2006 Peter continued his work for three years before pursuing new challenges with NFD until 2011.

Peter’s passion for food trends and sourcing new products has made him a well-respected and highly sought-after player in the foodservice industry.

Bill Denman


Inducted 2015

Bill joined Four’n Twenty in 1962 and worked as a Sales Representative until 1968

In 1968 became Sales Supervisor at Wedgwood, canvassing retail outlets and food service distributors and organising direct deliveries. As a member of a two man sales team, they lifted sales to $1m within the first two years of operation, selling the first frozen pies in Australia.

Promoted to Field Sales Manager at Wedgwood in 1971, Bill was responsible for maintaining relationships with major food retailers such as Coles and Woolworths and food service retailers. He was also responsible for successes in improving sales for Dobsons Foods in both New South Wales and Queensland as well as establishing an office and warehouse for Four’n Twenty Fresh Division in NSW.