Thomas H. Lutsey worked hard on the Pulaski, Wisconsin family farm beginning as a young child in 1933. As an innovative man, he was interested in how things worked and liked to create new things.
One of these innovations was to make ice cream and sell it on the same trucks as the milk delivery. Continuing to evolve his ideas even further, he then created the famous and popular “paddle pops” (ice cream on a stick, dipped in chocolate and rolled in nuts).
By 1946, Thomas H. Lutsey established Gold Bond Ice Cream and continued to grow and expand the business of ice cream to include novelties and other favored treats, like the Eskimo Pie. His passion for innovation led to numerous patents and continued to advance the ice cream industry.
Today, Gold Bond Ice Cream is now Good Humor-Breyers and the ice cream products are sold in all 50 states and all throughout North America.