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Tom Scott will retire Sept. 1 as CEO from Oliver’s Market, an independent grocer with four locations in Sonoma County, Calif. Scott joined the company in 1989, about a year after the first store opened, and played a key role in building the company to four stores and 1,000 employees.
During his tenure, Oliver’s gained recognition as a favorite locally owned and operated progressive cross-over retailer and supporter of local business. Oliver’s has become known for its locally made products.
While Scott is retiring to pursue other interests, he will continue to be involved in the company.
“We have worked side by side for 26 years,” said Steve Maass, Oliver’s Market owner and president. “I have relied on Tom’s guidance and leadership through all of our challenges and triumphs. He has also been an excellent ambassador for Oliver’s in the community. He will be greatly missed.”
With Scott’s departure, Maass will return to day-to-day operations as CEO and Stony Point Store Director Eric Meuse and Windsor Store Director Scott Gross will oversee day-to-day management of the company.