Ginna and John Baldiviez
Ginna and John Baldiviez’s commitment to their community is as bountiful as the freshly-baked breads and other treats that the House of Bread Anchorage produces each and every day. From mentoring high school students, to donating food and other items to a multitude of schools and organizations, the Baldiviez’s have proven to be caring and integral members of the Anchorage and Alaskan business landscape.
Tom and Ann Fitzwilliam
Tom and Ann Fitzwilliam are the franchise owners of the House of Bread in Victoria, Texas. Tom and Ann opened the location 2013. Tom is a 40 year veteran of the food service industry having been with McDonald’s, Red Lobster and the Ritz Carlton Hotel.
The House of Bread uses high protein flours and top quality all natural ingredients to bake its bread. Our micro bakery features over 25 premium breads, as well as, fresh baked bagels, and a tempting assortment of cinnamon rolls, muffins and scones. In addition to the bread and baked goods our café also offers a healthy selection of soups, salads and sandwiches available any time of the day and feature Boar’s Head meats and our freshly baked bread.
The House of Bread Bakery and Café is located near the Victoria Country Club in the Whispering Creek shopping center in the heart of the Victoria commercial market.
Jamie and Grace Collins
Jamie and Grace Collins opened the Wasilla Alaska House of Bread Bakery Café in 2009. The bakery & café is located in the Creekside Plaza. The Collin’s have a passion for providing the Wasilla community bread that is always handmade, fresh and natural, just the way that the founder, Sheila McCann had envisioned it when she opened the first House of Bread in 1996.
The unique micro-bakery features over twenty-five premium breads and serves a tempting assortment of cinnamon rolls, muffins, and scones all made from scratch every day. What differentiated the House of Bread from other bread companies at the time was its’ use of high protein flour.
Jamie and Grace are happy to cater your next corporate gathering, party or event. All sandwiches are made with premium Boars Head meats and are served on your favorite bread.
Dennis and Linda Vik
Dennis and Linda Vik opened the Albuquerque House of Bread Bakery Café in 2008. The Vik’s were passionate about Bread and taking the big leap to become business owners. Dennis, a former scientist and Linda who taught music would join the ranks of successful franchisees and open the first House of Bread Bakery Café in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The bakery is located in the Altura Shops at 2000 Carlisle Blvd. NE, just south of Indian School Road.
The unique micro-bakery features over twenty-five premium breads and serves a tempting assortment of cinnamon rolls, muffins, and scones all made from scratch every day. The Vik’s also serve a mix of cookies, brownies, berry bars and other grab and go treats. The bakery & café offers a healthy lunch selection daily, featuring hot soup, salads and sandwiches that are made with premium quality Boar’s Head meats served on fresh baked breads. A selection of quality coffees featuring freshly ground organic coffee beans from Aroma Coffee is also available.
Visit the House of Bread Monday through Friday, 7:00 am to 6:00 pm, Saturdays 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, and Sundays 8:00 am to 3:00 pm, and treat yourself to the experience of watching bakers engage in the age-old trade of kneading each loaf by hand while you enjoy free samples of their work.
Soo and Larry Cho
Franchisees, Soo and Larry Cho opened the Chatsworth House of Bread Bakery Café in 2010 and embodied the belief that bread should be handmade, fresh and natural, just the way that the founder, Sheila McCann had envisioned it when she opened the first House of Bread in 1996.
The unique micro-bakery features over twenty-five premium breads and serves a tempting assortment of cinnamon rolls, muffins, and scones all made from scratch every day. What differentiated the House of Bread from other bread companies at the time was its’ use of high protein flour. From day one, customers knew that the House of Bread loaves were different.
The Chatsworth House of Bread Bakery Café is located at 20507 Devonshire Street on the corner of Devonshire & Mason, between One West Bank and Robeks Juice.
Tim and Nathalie Atwell
Tim and Nathalie Atwell are the new Reno Franchisees. They completed the initial training, and were naturals with the doughs, employees and customers.