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Summit Catering officially opened its doors in 1991. Dory, the seventh child of a German Immigrant, grew up around the food business. From early on, she recalls standing on milk crates, behind buffet lines, serving her father’s clients. She enjoyed the smiles on their faces, and the gratitude they had for a job well done. Dory met her future husband, Joe, at Stockton State College in the fall of 1989. Joe was the son of Robert and Jane Valeriano of West Berlin, NJ. He was an incredibly hard worker, that achieved success in whatever he did. The two began dating, and soon became inseparable.
Joe began working under Dory’s father, who achieved master culinary training in Munich, Germany. As with everything Joe attempted, he mastered the culinary skills and creativity to approach Dory about opening their own business. The excited couple decided between Joe’s talents behind the scenes and Dory’s passion for planning perfect events, they truly had a “recipe” for success!Joe and Dory
Joe and Dory got married in 1993, and their business really began to take off soon after. The couple were able to cease working their other jobs, and commit to Catering full time. Clients became family- as Joe and Dory were working repeatedly with them, servicing their yearly events, creating tasteful traditions, and ever catering numerous siblings weddings. During the years, they have even had the honor of being invited to clients celebrations and many couples wedding receptions.
In 1998, the couple welcomed their first son Gus. Soon to follow were siblings Jake, Tori, and Nina. The children all are involved with the business in one way or another. They are right there, along with Mom and Dad, continuing the efforts to make Summit Catering a continued thriving Family Business.

Summit Catering officially opened its doors in 1991. Dory, the seventh child of a German Immigrant, grew up around the food business. From early on, she recalls standing on milk crates, behind buffet lines, serving her father’s clients. She enjoyed the smiles on their faces, and the gratitude they had for a job well done. Dory met her future husband, Joe, at Stockton State College in the fall of 1989. Joe was the son of Robert and Jane Valeriano of West Berlin, NJ. He was an incredibly hard worker, that achieved success in whatever he did. The two began dating, and soon became inseparable.
Joe began working under Dory’s father, who achieved master culinary training in Munich, Germany. As with everything Joe attempted, he mastered the culinary skills and creativity to approach Dory about opening their own business. The excited couple decided between Joe’s talents behind the scenes and Dory’s passion for planning perfect events, they truly had a “recipe” for success!Joe and Dory
Joe and Dory got married in 1993, and their business really began to take off soon after. The couple were able to cease working their other jobs, and commit to Catering full time. Clients became family- as Joe and Dory were working repeatedly with them, servicing their yearly events, creating tasteful traditions, and ever catering numerous siblings weddings. During the years, they have even had the honor of being invited to clients celebrations and many couples wedding receptions.
In 1998, the couple welcomed their first son Gus. Soon to follow were siblings Jake, Tori, and Nina. The children all are involved with the business in one way or another. They are right there, along with Mom and Dad, continuing the efforts to make Summit Catering a continued thriving Family Business.

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