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    Schnucks Completes Latest Executive Transition

    Todd Schnuck becomes chairman/CEO; Hucker made president/COO

    St. Louis-based Schnuck Markets Inc. has completed a transition of executive power that has Todd Schnuck taking over as chairman and CEO and Anthony Hucker promoted to president and COO.

    Earlier this year, then-CEO Scott Schnuck turned the reins of the family company over to brother Todd, leaving Scott to chair the company’s executive committee.

    Todd Schnuck will guide the organization’s top leadership team and will forward the Schnucks vision of Nourishing People’s Lives through the growth and development of the company. He will also work to integrate the family’s fourth generation into the business.

    Todd Schnuck joined the family business full time in 1987 following his position as associate VP/investment banking with A.G. Edwards & Sons Inc. in St. Louis. He had a lead role in the National (1995), Logli (1998) and Seessel’s (2002) acquisitions.

    Hucker, the first non-family member to serve as president and COO of the company, previously served as president of Ahold USA’s Giant Food division, based in Washington, D.C. He has also held executive leadership roles at Walmart and as part of the original team that set up Aldi in the United Kingdom. 

    Founded in 1939, Schnuck Markets Inc. is celebrating 75 years of serving customers in 2014 (read the full story in PG’s March 2014 issue). The family-owned company operates 98 stores and 93 in-store pharmacies in Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin and Iowa.

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