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Price Chopper Supermarkets/Golub Corp. has hired Karlin Bohnert as SVP of information systems/CIO, Scott Evans as VP of grocery/GM merchandising, and Ken Warfield as director of loss prevention and security.
Reporting directly to president/CEO Jerry Golub, Bohnert (left) will lead the information technology team in supporting IT initiatives for the company’s Schenectady, N.Y., headquarters and its 132 stores. She joins Price Chopper with more 30 years of strategic IT experience gained at such companies as Walmart, Home Depot, ANF, The Limited and MCI. Bohnert’s most recent position was CIO at RGIS in Auburn Hills, Mich.
Evans (right), reporting directly to Group VP of center store/pharmacy Angelo Cannistraci, will handle promotional planning, processes and delivery, category development, pricing strategy and vendor partnership growth for the grocery chain. He brings to his new position 21 years of retail food industry experience with Supervalu/Albertsons, where he held various positions, most recently that of corporate director merchandising for grocery and produce.
In his new role, Warfield (left) will oversee all aspects of loss prevention programs and security for the company. He comes to Price Chopper with several years of loss prevention experience, having worked at Caldor, Home Depot, The Ratner Cos. and, most recently, CVS. Warfield will report directly to VP of risk management Anne Davis.
The Golub Corp. owns and operates Price Chopper grocery stores in New York, Vermont, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. The family-owned company employs more than 22,000 associates who collectively own 52 percent of the company’s privately held stock.