Lowe's Picks Prud'homme to Head Canadian Stores

MOORESVILLE, N.C.-Sylvain Prud'homme has been named president of Lowe's Canada, and will assume his new post on March 25.

Prud'homme will succeed Alan D. Huggins, who will return to the United States as the home-improvement retailer's vice president of international operations. He will report to William D. Robinson, head of international operations and development.

Most recently, Prud'homme has served as executive vice president of operations and merchandising with Loblaw Co. He has also held executive positions with Sobey's West, Walmart Canada and Super C.

When he assumes his new role, Huggins will oversee the development of Lowe's international operations and the coordination across Lowe's international businesses.

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