SpartanNash has promoted Tyler King from senior director to vice president, finance and finance business partner for the company’s retail business segment.
“Tyler’s experience in delivering strong company financials has helped SpartanNash’s retail business segment establish a go-forward strategy that is grounded in sound financial decisions,” said Jason Monaco, executive vice president and chief financial officer for SpartanNash. “We are excited for this next step in Tyler’s career with SpartanNash as we continue to drive the customer growth strategy and operational excellence.”
King joined SpartanNash in 2007 as manager, retail inventory. He later served as director, retail inventory and director, retail accounting.
His most recent post was senior director, finance. King began his career at Borders Group Inc. as associate director, finance. King earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Saginaw Valley State University.
Michigan-based SpartanNash acquired Martin’s Super Markets Inc. of South Bend in November 2018. The deal, which closed in January 2019, included 21 Martin’s Super Markets, eight fuel centers, 17 in-store pharmacies, a pharmacy at Saint Joseph Health System in Mishawaka, a Martin’s Express convenience store in South Bend and a Side Door Café at Elkhart General Hospital.
Martin’s was founded in 1947 and employed 3,500 people at the time of purchase.
In addition to Martin’s, SpartanNash operates a total of 148 supermarkets, under other brands including Family Fare, D&W Fresh Market, VG’s Grocery and Dan’s Supermarket. The company also is a distributor of grocery products to U.S. military commissaries though its MDV business unit.