Duncan most recently served from 2005-2011 as Chairman, CEO & President of OfficeMax, the third-largest office supplies retailer in North America with over $7 billion in revenues and more than 1,000 stores in the United States, Mexico, Puerto Rico & the US Virgin Islands. In addition to retail, Duncan also oversaw the Company’s business-to-business sales and service divisions in Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

Prior to joining OfficeMax, Duncan served from 2002-2005 as President and CEO of ShopKo Stores, a $3 billion Midwest retailer. In both these leadership roles, Duncan successfully led publicly-traded companies through growth and financial improvement efforts, resulting in stronger organizations and improved shareholder value.

Duncan has an extensive background in the grocery industry. He began his career at Albertsons as a courtesy clerk at the age of 15. During the next 19 years, he held various positions of increasing responsibility with Albertsons before moving to Fred Meyer, a division of Kroger, in 1992 as Vice President of Grocery. He was eventually appointed President of the Fred Meyer division. Duncan also served from 1998-2001 as President of Ralph’s Supermarket, one of the largest food retailers in Southern California.

Duncan and his wife of 42 years, Sylvia, reside in Portland, OR. They have three daughters and five grandchildren.

Robert G. Miller Incoming Chairman of the Board

Bob Miller has spent more than 50 years in retailing with an impressive track record of improving the financial and operating performance of both public and private corporations, as well as leading troubled companies back to health.

He currently serves as the CEO of Albertson’s LLC, a North American grocery company with approximately 192 retail grocery and drug stores in eight states. Retail operations are supported by two major Company distribution operations. Albertson’s LLC is majority-owned by Cerberus Capital Management, one of the world’s leading private investment firms specializing in turning underperforming companies into industry leaders.

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