U.S. Sugar CEO Robert H. Buker Jr. is announcing he’s ready to retire, and the company has already named his replacement.
After serving as the longest-tenured CEO in the organization’s history, Buker is stepping aside effective Oct. 27. Executive Vice President Ken McDuffie will take over after serving in his current role since 2021.
“At 73 years old and after 41 years of working with and for U.S. Sugar, I am proud to say that I am leaving the company with confidence, knowing it is stronger, more resilient, has far better leadership, and is in an overall better position than when
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