Deskins

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Deskins Supermarket was a regional grocery store chain located in the southern region of West Virginia and the southwestern region of Virginia.


History[edit]

Deskins Supermarket, Inc. came into being in the year 1946. John A. Deskins, better known to his friends and customers as "Al" and his two brothers, David "Dave" C. and William "Bill" T. Deskins bought the Jones & Spry store in English, West Virginia. The sales area was less than 2,000 square feet.


Closed[edit]

Closed in 2001.

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