Boyer Named to Head Tuesday Morning Administration, Finance

Tuesday MorningDALLAS-Tuesday Morning has appointed Jeffrey Boyer executive vice president, chief administrative officer and chief financial officer.

The move puts Boyer in charge of the closeout retailer's administrative and financial operations. As chief administrative officer, he is filling a post that had been vacant for some time. As chief financial officer, he is succeeding Stephanie Bowman, who is pursuing other professional interests but will remain with Tuesday Morning as a consultant to facilitate the transition. He reports to Michael Rouleau, the retailer's CEO.

Boyer's career encompasses more than 30 years in operations roles. Most recently, he was executive vice president and chief operating officer of 24 Hour Fitness Worldwide, prior to which he had served as the fitness center chain's executive vice president and chief financial officer. Prior that, he served in a number of executive posts with Michaels, including chief financial officer, executive vice president, co-president and eventually president.

Before joining Michaels, Boyer was executive vice president and chief financial officer at Kmart. Previously he held multiple executive posts with Sears, eventually advancing to senior vice president and chief financial officer.

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