JACKSON, Miss. -- Jitney-Jungle Stores of America said last week that W.H. Holman Jr., chairman for the past 31 years, has decided to retire. E. Julian, president and chief executive officer. Holman is a member of one of the three families that founded Jitney-Jungle in 1919. The families agreed in 1996 to sell the company to Bruckmann, Rosser, Sherrill & Co., a New York-based investment firm. During Holman's tenure as chairman, the company grew from 32 stores in Mississippi to 198 ...
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