CRENSHAW ASSUMES CEO ROLE AT PUBLIX LAKELAND, Fla. — Ed Crenshaw was expected this week to take the reins as chief executive officer of Publix Super Markets here. As previously reported in SN, Crenshaw, president of Publix, was expected to take over for Charlie Jenkins Jr., who is retiring March 31. Jenkins would retain his seat on the board of directors and become chairman of the executive committee. Jenkins, a nephew of Publix founder Howard Jenkins, has worked for Publix since 1969. He ...
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