Weis CEO to get $5 million dollars after resigning

Written by The Associated Press | Sep 26, 2013 9:39 AM

(Sunbury) -- The supermarket chain Weis Markets is looking for a new leader following the departure of chief executive David Hepfinger.

 A federal filing indicates Hepfinger is getting at least $5 million under a separation agreement.

  Hepfinger worked for Weis for five years, after 32 years with Price Chopper.

The interim president and CEO is Jonathan Weis, who's been a vice chairman and corporate secretary for the Sunbury-based company.

Weis operates 165 supermarkets.

He resigned effective Saturday, and the company said he was pursuing other interests.

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