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Management Changes In Kroger’s Nashville Division

February 2, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Zane Day, vice president of operations in Kroger’s Smith’s division and a 42-year veteran of the retailer, will replace retiring Nashville division president Rick Going. Kroger also announced the promotion of Katie Wolfram to president of the central division. She is vice president of merchandising in the central division. Going joined Kroger in 1981 as a management trainee in the Cincinnati/Dayton division, and has served in management roles in stores, districts, operations and merchandising. Day began his career with Smith's on a night crew in 1974, and since served as a store manager and director of merchandising.
"Kroger Announces Retirement of Rick Going, Names Two New Division Presidents", News release, Kroger , February 02, 2016, © The Kroger Company
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