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Save A Lot CEO Leon Bergmann resigns

Bergmann’s resignation stems from a personal decision, the company said

Save A Lot CEO Leon Bergmann has officially resigned. 

The St. Ann, Missouri-based Save A Lot said Wednesday that Bergmann resigned from the post to spend more time with his family. 

Bergmann had served as the discount grocery banner’s CEO since March 2022, coming to the company from Harvest Sherwood Food Distributors, a wholesaler based in Detroit.

Fred Boehler, a Save A Lot board member, has been appointed interim CEO as the company begins a search for a new full-time CEO. Boehler has over 30 years of industry experience, including his time as president and CEO of Americold Logistics from 2015 to 2021.

“Leon Bergmann has announced his resignation as chief executive officer of Save A Lot following a personal decision to relocate back to California and dedicate more time to his family,” Save A Lot said in a statement emailed to SN. “As the board of directors initiates a search for his replacement, current board member Fred Boehler has stepped in to serve as interim CEO.”

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