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Lancaster Colony Corporation (LANC)

10/17/2005 Proxy Information

The Corporation contracts with John Gerlach & Company, an accounting partnership, to provide certain internal auditing, general accounting and tax services of a type generally available from an independent accounting firm. A brother-in-law of the Company's chief executive officer is a partner in the firm. The fee paid to John Gerlach & Company for its services is determined based on the hours of work performed and is reviewed by the Audit Committee. The fees incurred for services rendered for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2005 were $348,000.

David P. Gerlach, a former employee of the Corporation, is the brother of John B. Gerlach, Jr., the Corporation's Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President. In fiscal 2005, David P. Gerlach was paid $69,500. David P. Gerlach left the Corporation in October 2005.

Thomas L. Rosa, a former Group Vice President, Finance, is the brother of Bruce L. Rosa, the Corporation's Vice President of Development. In fiscal 2005, Thomas L. Rosa was paid total compensation of $201,205. Thomas L. Rosa left the Corporation in March 2005.

On March 9, 2005, the Corporation, pursuant to its previously announced share repurchase program, purchased 230,000 shares of common stock from the Estate of Dorothy B. Fox (the "Estate") at a price per share of $42.634, which is equal to the average closing price of the Corporation's Common Stock over the ten (10) trading days beginning February 23, 2005, as adjusted to reflect the effects of the Corporation's previously declared dividend. Mr. Fox, a Director of the Corporation, serves as Executor of the Estate.

10/12/2004 Proxy Information

The Corporation contracts with John Gerlach & Company, an accounting partnership, to provide certain internal auditing, general accounting and tax services of a type generally available from an independent accounting firm. A brother-in-law of the Company's chief executive officer is a minority partner in the firm. The fee paid to John Gerlach & Company for its services is determined based on the hours of work performed and is reviewed by the Audit Committee. The fees incurred for services rendered for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2004 were $441,750.

10/15/2003 Proxy Information

The Corporation contracts with John Gerlach & Company, an accounting partnership, to provide certain internal auditing, general accounting and tax services of a type generally available from an independent accounting firm. A brother-in-law of the Company's chief executive officer is a minority partner in the firm. The fee paid to John Gerlach & Company for its services is measured by the volume of work performed and is reviewed by the Audit Committee. The fees incurred for services rendered for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2003 were $425,300.

The Corporation has a consulting agreement with Mr. Halpern, a current director who is not standing for re-election. The consulting agreement provides that Mr. Halpern agrees to perform advisory and consulting services for an annual fee of $50,000 per year. Mr. Halpern's compensation as a director is also included in this annual fee.