The forthcoming executive changes at Bi-Lo Holdings will evidently include more than just a new CEO and president.
In addition to Tuesday’s announcement that CEO and president Randall Onstead would depart as of March 1, a spokesman for the retailer told SN Wednesday that Onstead’s top lieutenant, Mark Prestidge, had resigned effective Dec. 31. Prestidge had served as EVP and COO since January of 2013. He was a former colleague of Onstead’s at the Randalls chain as well as a one-time president of Kroger’s Delta division.
Bi-Lo Holdings spokesman Brian Wright said there were no other departures of top executives at the Jacksonville, Fla.-based company, parent of the Winn-Dixie and Bi-Lo chains. In April 2014, SVP and chief merchandising officer Larry Stablien departed and was replaced in the CMO role by SVP Bill Nasshan. Nasshan this month was elevated to EVP and CMO, according to a profile on the social media site LinkedIn.
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