By Dennis Seid
BALDWYN Even though Doyce Deas no longer has any financial stake in Hancock Fabrics, she is disappointed, even a bit angry that the company her father founded is liquidating.
Its so sad, she said. There are 4,500 jobs that will be lost. Ironically, it was dad who sold the company in order to save jobs. and now look whats happened.
Her father, L.D. Hancock, founded what was Hancock Textile Co. in 1957. He sold the company in 197…
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