Rite Aid Corp. has appointed former company executive David Jessick to its board of directors.


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Rite Aid names Jessick to board

April 15th, 2009

CAMP HILL, Pa. – Rite Aid Corp. has appointed former company executive David Jessick to its board of directors.

Jessick will fill the board seat vacated by George Golleher, who was elected in 2007 for a three-year term and has resigned. He had served on the board since 2002.

Rite Aid said Jessick's term will expire at the company's annual meeting in June 2010, when he is slated to stand for re-election.

Currently an independent investor, Jessick was senior executive vice president and chief administrative officer at Rite Aid from December 1999 to July 2002. He then served as a consultant to Rite Aid's top management from July 2002 to February 2005.

His more than three decades of retail experience include executive posts at Fred Meyer Inc. and Thrifty Payless Holdings Inc. He also served as nonexecutive chairman at Pathmark Stores Inc.,

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