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Big Y Foods Announces Company-Wide Appointments

Big Y appointments

The management of Big Y Foods, located in Springfield, Massachusetts, has announced the following appointments:

  • Tracy Dobosz, store manager, Springfield, Massachusetts, Big Y Express
  • Vittorio Contabile, senior network engineer, Springfield, Massachusetts, Store Support Center
  • Sean Achorn, center store sales manager, Springfield, Massachusetts, Fresh Acres Market
  • Yvonne Forget, bakery sales manager, South Hadley, Massachusetts, World Class Market
  • Abraham Rashad, deli sales manager, Milford, Massachusetts, World Class Market
  • Patricia Yarmesky, production support specialist, Springfield, Massachusetts, Store Support Center
  • Marianne Carriveau Therrien, gourmet foods sales manager, West Springfield, Massachusetts, Table & Vine
  • Shelby Bellerive, bakery sales manager, Tolland, Connecticut, World Class Market
  • Robert Noury, night manager, Westfield, Massachusetts, World Class Market
  • Andrew Danielson, deli sales manager, Marlborough, Connecticut, World Class Market
  • Melissa Zoni, store director, Cheshire, Connecticut, World Class Market

According to Michael J. Galat, VP employee services, “At Big Y, we are committed to providing the tools and training necessary to support our employees in their development. We look forward to their growth in the pursuit of excellence as they personally develop their own skills in order to take on these new levels of responsibility.”

Founded in 1936 by brothers Paul and Gerald D’Amour, the Big Y is an independently owned supermarket chain in New England. The company operates 82 locations throughout Massachusetts and Connecticut, including 71 supermarkets, 40 pharmacies, Fresh Acres Market, Table & Vine Fine Wines and Liquors and nine Big Y Express gas and convenience locations with more than 11,000 employees. The store was named after an intersection in Chicopee, Massachusetts, where two roads converge to form a “Y.”

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