Myron E. Ullman
|Myron E. “Mike” Ullman III|
|Occupation||CEO of J.C.Penney|
|Religion||United Methodist Church |
Myron E. "Mike" Ullman III (born c. 1947) is the former Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of J.C. Penney. Ullman served as Penney's CEO twice: first from December 2004 through October 2011, when he was succeeded by Ron Johnson, and then again after Johnson's departure, from April 2013 through July 2015. He has six siblings and his parents were residents of Canfield, Ohio. He is married to Cathy Emmons Ullman and has six children with her.
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