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Big Y Foods Inc. Makes New Appointments To Management Positions

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The management of Big Y Foods Inc. has released several new appointments.

“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,” said Michael J. Galat, VP of employee services.

The employees are listed by state and hometown:

Massachusetts

  • Ashland – Lauren Reardon, grocery sales manager, Big Y World Class Market, Saugus, Massachusetts;
  • Belchertown – Brian D. Cromack, night manager, Big Y World Class Market, Southampton, Massachusetts;
  • Chicopee – Otilia Brown, assistant store director, Big Y World Class Market, Simsbury, Connecticut
  • Easthampton – Tori Atkins, supply and packaging buyer, Store Support Center, Springfield, Massachusetts;
  • Florence – Christopher Elliot, senior manager of store design, procurement & energy, Store Support Center, Springfield, Massachusetts;
  • Ludlow – Christopher R. Krupa, pharmacy manager, Big Y World Class Market, Wilbraham, Massachusetts;
  • Monson – Michelle A. Bruneau, assistant store director, Big Y World Class Market, Wilbraham, Massachusetts;
  • North Attleboro – Keith M. Gustafson, meat and seafood sales manager, Big Y World Class Market, Milford, Massachusetts;
  • Otis – Michele A. Couser, customer service manager, Big Y World Class Market, Great Barrington, Massachusetts;
  • Russell – Sara M. Busch, employee services representative, Big Y World Class Market, South Hadley, Massachusetts; and Anthony E. Losty, grocery sales manager, Big Y World Class Market, Lee, Massachusetts;
  • South Hadley – Jamie J. Murphy, employee services representative, Big Y World Class Market, Palmer, Massachusetts;
  • Southwick – Kristofer D. Siebert, asset protection specialist, Store Support Center, Springfield, Massachusetts; and Jamie L. Swensen, senior manager of risk management, Store Support Center, Springfield, Massachusetts;
  • Springfield – Brian D. Coelho, store director, Big Y World Class Market, East Windsor, Connecticut; Tracy Aponte, meat and seafood sales manager, Big Y World Class Market, Palmer, Massachusetts; Matthew R. Holmes, frozen food and dairy manager, Big Y World Class Market, Amherst, Massachusetts; Emily A. Santaniello, production support, Store Support Center, Springfield, Massachusetts; and Migdaliz Velez Santiago, store manager, Big Y Express, Springfield, Massachusetts;
  • Stockbridge – Coral N. Cook, employee services representative, Big Y World Class Market, Lee, Massachusetts;
  • Ware – Randy Faucher, customer service manager, Big Y World Class Market, Holden, Massachusetts; and Katie R. Letendre, bakery sales manager, Big Y World Class Market, Amherst, Massachusetts;
  • West Springfield – Michael Grenier, frozen food and dairy sales manager, Big Y World Class Market, Chicopee, Massachusetts; Elizabeth R. Klejna, pharmacist, Big Y World Class Market, Great Barrington, Massachusetts; and Matthew P. Marchetto, store director, Big Y World Class Market, Lee, Massachusetts;
  • Westfield – Joseph M. Heneghan, store asset protection representative, Store Support Center, Springfield, Massachusetts; and Jeanne T. Prest, customer service manager, Big Y World Class Market, Lee, Massachusetts;

Connecticut

  • Barkhamsted – Steven P. Benson, food service sales manager, Big Y World Class Market, Avon, Connecticut;
  • Enfield – Rachel M. Palermo, employee services representative, Big Y World Class Market, Killingly, Connecticut;
  • Gaylordsville – Kenneth Wawer, night manager, Big Y World Class Market, New Milford, Connecticut;
  • Lebanon – Christopher Strickland, deli sales manager, Big Y World Class Market, Marlborough, Connecticut;
  • Moosup – Brittany Mcinnis, bakery sales manager, Big Y World Class Market, Killingly, Connecticut;
  • Naugatuck – Stacy Ayotte, night manager, Big Y World Class Market, North Haven, Connecticut;
  • Norwich – Brooke E. Sheeler, customer service manager, Big Y World Class Market, Norwich, Connecticut;
  • Preston – Jennifer Koschmieder, bakery sales manager, Big Y World Class Market, Mystic, Connecticut;
  • Somers – John D. Harrington, meat and seafood sales manager, Big Y World Class Market, Ellington, Connecticut;
  • Tolland – Jay C. Blakeslee, meat and seafood sales manager, Big Y World Class Market, Marlborough, Connecticut; Amanda M. Noble, customer service manager, Big Y World Class Market, Enfield, Connecticut; and
  • Waterbury – Justin J. Rubino, deli sales manager, Big Y World Class Market, Bethel, Connecticut.

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