Don W. McGeorge

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Don W. McGeorge (born 1954) is the president and chief operating officer of Kroger.[1] He started working for the Kroger Company in 1977 by holding several management positions, including division manager, in Michigan and Ohio. In 2000, he was elected executive vice president of the Kroger Company, specializing in corporate merchandising programs. In 2003, he took David B. Dillon's place as president and chief operating officer. McGeorge is also a member of the board.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "Don W. McGeorge". Soylent Communications. Retrieved 12 December 2010.