Tractor Supply Co. Names New Board Member
Brentwood, Tenn. Tractor Supply Co. said Tuesday that William Bass will join the company’s board of directors.
Bass is co-founder and CEO of apparel retailer Fair Indigo. He also held management positions with Sears, Roebuck & Co. and Lands’ End Inc.
Tractor Supply Co. operates 738 stores in 40 states.
Tuesday Morning Appoints Acting CFO
Dallas Tuesday Morning Corp. announced Tuesday that Michael J. Marchetti, currently executive VP and COO, will become the company’s acting CFO, secretary and treasurer effective Jan. 16. Marchetti will fill the position made available by the Dec. 5 resignation of Elizabeth A. Schroeder, which becomes effective Jan. 15.
Marchetti, 50, joined Tuesday Morning in Feb. 2001 as senior VP, strategic planning and was promoted to executive VP, operations in Feb. 2002. In April 2003, Marchetti was promoted to COO.
BJ’s Names President, COO, Executive Changes
Natick, Mass. BJ’s Wholesale Club announced Tuesday that it has named Laura Sen president and COO; current chairman and CEO Herb Zarkin will continue in his present role.
Also elected to the company’s board of directors, Sen will, as president and COO, be responsible for all day-to-day company operations. She was formerly executive VP of merchandising and logistics.
BJ’s also announced the restructuring of its merchandising division under the leadership of Christina Neppl, who will succeed Sen as executive VP of merchandising and logistics. Bruce Graham, senior VP, general merchandising manager of consumables, will assume additional responsibilities as general merchandising manager of perishables, and Mark Titlebaum will become senior VP, general manager of general merchandise, a position that has been vacant. Robert Eddy, senior VP of finance, will assume responsibility for the financial departments formerly managed by Neppl.