AG NEW ENGLAND'S TURCOTTE RETIRES AFTER 36 YEARS w England last week said Norman J. Turcotte has retired as chief executive office after 36 years with the retailer-owned wholesaling cooperative. He is succeeded by Mike Bourgoine, who has served as president of the company since last year. Plans for the transition had been previously announced. Turcotte, who had served as CEO since 1977, has been elected to serve a three-year term on the board of directors. MEISTER LEAVES KINGS SUPER ...

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