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With 60 years of events and catering jobs under its belt, Landerhaven is not hosting events for the first time in a long time due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Harlan Diamond, president and CEO, said the building closed after Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine’s order to temporarily shutter all non-essential businesses as Landerhaven didn’t make the cut.

Oakwood Village’s Rock the House, owned by Jeff Kutz, Amy Van Duyne, Ryan Konikoff, Matt Radicelli, Jeff Dick and Steve Tanruther, is known for its party entertainment ventures like simchas and weddings. But, with the COVID-19 pandemic and stay-at-home orders enacted by the Ohio government, that part of their company has seen major adjustments.

Founded by brothers Sam, Lou and Abe DeSatnik in 1950, Cleveland-based Dean Supply has been one of the the service industry’s go-to-providers for food service materials like cleaning and paper products, spices, janitorial supplies, kitchenware and dinnerware.