Future Leaders Elevated in Cereal and Refrigerated Retail Industries

Post Holdings recently announced key leadership changes at its Weetabix and Refrigerated Retail businesses in preparation for upcoming retirements.

Colm O’Dwyer, currently the commercial director at Weetabix, will take over as managing director on October 1, succeeding Sally Abbott. Abbott, who has been with Weetabix since 2008 and led the brand for the past nine years, will transition to a strategic advisor role until her planned retirement on March 31, 2025. O’Dwyer, who joined Weetabix in 2016 from Coca-Cola Enterprises, has steadily moved up the ranks within the company, most recently serving as commercial director and overseeing the international business.

Over at Refrigerated Retail, Mark Delahanty, the current president/CEO, will also transition to a strategic advisor role on December 1, leading up to his retirement on May 31, 2025. Mike McCoy, the executive vice president and CFO of Post Refrigerated Retail, will step into the role of president/CEO on October 1. Delahanty, who joined Post Holdings in 2016 through the acquisition of MOM Brands, has played a key role in the integration of various companies within the organization. McCoy, who has been with Post since 2014, has a background in advisory practices and has held roles in internal audit and administration within the company.

Additionally, Adam Gonsiorowski, currently the vice president of finance at Bob Evans Farms, will take over as CFO following McCoy’s transition. Gonsiorowski has been with Bob Evans Farms since 2014 and has held various finance roles within the company.

These leadership changes mark an important transition for Post Holdings as it prepares for the future in both the cereal and refrigerated retail sectors.

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