Dave Thomas started Wendy's in 1969.
Thomas' daughter Pam Thomas Farber said the family was devastated by the news.
"It's a very sad day for Wendy's, and our family. We just didn't think this would be the outcome," said Farber, 53.
If her father were alive to hear news of the buyout, "he would not be amused," she said.
An update! Hooray, hopefully there will be more of these.
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I feel bad for the family related to Wendy. I always thought I'd like to have Dave as a neighbor.
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