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JACKSONVILLE, Fla., June 23 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. (NYSE: WIN) announced today that G.E. "Mickey" Clerc, Jr. will be retiring June 25 when the Company's fiscal year ends, after a long and successful career that spans back to 1961.Currently the Vice President of Public Relations, Clerc will begin a new role as a consultant to Winn-Dixie on a number of issues while enjoying a well-earned retirement.Winn-Dixie's Director of Public Relations and Promotions Kathy Lussier will assume Mickey's duties.Clerc has served Winn-Dixie for 42 years, beginning his career at Winn- Dixie as Assistant Advertising Director in the Jacksonville division.
...Prior to joining Winn-Dixie, Clerc worked as a newspaper reporter, broadcast announcer and copywriter, and an advertising assistant manager.
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Winn-Dixie spokesman Mickey Clerc said the company's actions were legal."We were confident that we had acted lawfully and a U.S. District Court judge has confirmed that our actions were lawful," Clerc said.
In July 2000, the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission
issued Oiler a notice of right to sue.Oiler had received above average performance ratings and had never cross-dressed during working hours, according to the complaint.He
sought compensation for lost wages and emotional damages.
Aflick said Congress had not extended job protection to cross-dressers.The ACLU
has argued that federal courts have said laws against sex discrimination includes protection for persons not acting "like a woman" or "like a man." Two states and 40 cities have outlawed discrimination based on gender identity, the union said.
Oiler did not return a phone call seeking comment.
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Mickey Clerc, Director of Public Relations
Winn-Dixie spokesman Mickey Clerc says there is no word yet on a potential buyer for the Abilene Winn-Dixie store on south first street which is set to close on June 16th.
May 30, 20022 Area Winn-Dixie Markets Sold, Abilene Store NotTwo Big Country Winn-Dixie supermarkets set for closure next month will soon have a new owner.Brookshire Grocery Inc.
is buying the Winn-Dixie stores
in Brownwood and Sweetwater along with 15 other Winn-Dixie stores
in Texas.The stores are set to close on June 17th and will reopen as Brookshire's
on June 21st.Current employees are not guaranteed jobs, but will be considered for employment in the stores.
...Winn-Dixie spokesman Mickey Clerc says there is no word yet on a potential buyer for the Abilene Winn-Dixie store on south first street which is set to close on June 16th.
AISD Administrative ChangesSome AISD administrators are getting set to shuffle positions for the new school year this fall.
Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. 2000 Annual Report - Management
G. E. (Mickey) Clerc, Jr., 65, 39Vice PresidentDirector of Public Relations