Gary Brown, left, and Jay Halverson took over ownership of Shakey’s in 1984. Shakey’s was for a time the world’s largest pizza chain. The original Shakey’s sign at 57th and J streets, left, is now part of the Sacramento history archives.
Gary Brown, left, and Jay Halverson took over ownership of Shakey’s in 1984. Shakey’s was for a time the world’s largest pizza chain. The original Shakey’s sign at 57th and J streets, left, is now part of the Sacramento history archives. Garry Gillis Sacramento Bee file
Gary Brown, left, and Jay Halverson took over ownership of Shakey’s in 1984. Shakey’s was for a time the world’s largest pizza chain. The original Shakey’s sign at 57th and J streets, left, is now part of the Sacramento history archives. Garry Gillis Sacramento Bee file

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