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King Kullen Announces Executive Promotions

King Kullen Announces Executive Promotions


BETHPAGE, NY
Friday, July 20th, 2018

King Kullen has hired a whole squad of new executives, shaking up its leadership team and welcoming fresh hands to its helm. The retailer announced five executive promotions, ranging departments and roles.

Richard Conger, Vice President of Perishables, King KullenRichard Conger, Smithtown, New York, resident, is now stepping into the role of Vice President of Perishables. Having joined the company in 1999, Conger has held positions as Director of Produce/Meat/Seafood and Deli. He will report to King Kullen Co-President Brian Cullen.

Tracey Cullen, Vice President of Marketing, King KullenAmityville, New York-local Tracey Cullen will now become Vice President of Marketing, reporting to Senior Vice President and Chief Merchandising Officer Joseph Brown. Since joining the company in 2010, Cullen has held the role of Director of Pricing and Social Media.

Robert Jandovitz, Vice President of Human Resources, King KullenRobert Jandovitz of Floral Park, New York, will take on the Vice President of Human Resources position, moving up from his former role as Director of Human Resources. In his new role, he will report to Co-President J. Donald Kennedy.

James Leary, Vice President and Controller of Operations, King KullenBayport, New York-based James Leary is to become Vice President and Controller of Operations, having previously held the role of Director of Accounts Payable. He will report to Co-President J. Donald Kennedy.

Elizabeth Ostrove, Vice President and Controller of Finance, King KullenFinally, Smithtown, New York-local Elizabeth Ostrove will become Vice President and Controller of Finance, a promotion from her previous role as Director of Accounting. She will now report to Co-President J. Donald Kennedy.

Congratulations to the five newly promoted executives!

King Kullen, founded in 1930, is recognized as America's first supermarket by the Smithsonian

The Bethpage, New York-based grocery chain noted in a press release that it is recognized by the Smithsonian Institution as America’s first supermarket, founded in 1930 by Michael J. Cullen. Since then, the company has gained operation of 32 supermarkets and five Wild by Nature stores in the Nassau and Suffolk Counties.

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