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Schnuck CEO will step down
January 27th, 2014
ST. LOUIS – Schnuck Markets Inc. chairman and chief executive officer Scott Schnuck, 63, plans to retire from the CEO position in March.
Todd Schnuck, 55, will become president and CEO of the privately held, family-owned grocery store company.
Scott Schnuck will remain chairman, and will help his younger brother with the transition through September. An older brother, Craig Schnuck, 65, will formally retire from the company and become chairman emeritus.
Todd Schnuck joined the company in 1987 as treasurer. He also served as corporate vice president and chief financial officer before assuming his most recent position of president and chief operating officer.
Helping Todd Schnuck lead the company will be Anthony Hucker, 47, who joined Schuck Markets in September 2013 as executive vice president and chief strategy officer. (He had previously held executive posts at Giant Food, Walmart and Aldi.) In March he will become executive vice president and COO.
"Together, [Hucker] and I will focus on providing the quality, value, variety and services our loyal customers want and need and will attract new customers in 2014."