The National Association of Chain Drug Stores has promoted David Fitzsimmons to senior vice president of finance and ­administration.


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NACDS promotes finance executive

January 7th, 2013

ARLINGTON, Va. – The National Association of Chain Drug Stores has promoted David Fitzsimmons to senior vice president of finance and ­administration.

Previously NACDS’ vice president of finance and accounting, Fitzsimmons succeeds Jim Huber, who retired last month as executive vice president and chief financial officer after 25 years with the association.

A certified public accountant who has been with NACDS since 1996, Fitzsimmons has spent nearly three decades working in finance.

“With Dave at the helm, I am confident that NACDS’ financial position remains in good hands,” president and chief executive officer Steve Anderson says. “His expertise and 29-year career in finance make him an excellent choice to lead the association’s financial ­activities.”

In his new role Fitzsimmons is responsible for all of NACDS’ financial and fiduciary operations and policies, including affiliated entities, trusts and ­investments.

Fitzsimmons will also work with Anderson, the NACDS finance committee and the board of directors to prepare the association’s annual operating budget and will oversee NACDS’ technology-related ­activities.

Meanwhile, Anderson praised Huber for his contribution to NACDS over the years.
“As he embarks on his retirement, I thank Jim Huber for his unwavering dedication to NACDS for more than two decades,” he said. “In planning for a seamless transition and in ensuring successful completion of a host of projects, Jim has provided an excellent example of what it means to finish strong, and now we wish him all the best — we are quite sure he will remain active in many ways.”

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