NEW YORK — Jerome T. Loeb, a 37-year veteran of The May Department Stores Co. and former chairman of the board, died last week. He was 63.
“Jerry Loeb was a special person and a remarkable man. He was an outstanding businessman, strategist and leader,” said Gene Kahn, May’s chief executive officer. “He was also a great friend, mentor and role model to so many. During his 37-year career, he had a profound impact on the growth and results of the May Department Stores. His accomplishments set the bar and serve as a beacon for all of us. Jerry’s imprint and legacy with May will continue on.”
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