Pacific Seafood COO retires
Tim Horgan, a longtime executive for Clackamas, Oregon-based Pacific Seafood, has announced his retirement after serving the company for over 25 years.
During his tenure with Pacific, Horgan held many executive roles – including chief operating officer – and proved instrumental in the development and expansion of the company’s processing division, which encompasses more than nine seafood plants from Kodiak, Alaska to Eureka, California, according to a press release. As a member of Pacific's executive team, Horgan advised and steered the firm using his established expertise and most recently worked to develop the next generation of leaders in the company, transitioning his responsibilities to them.
“We thank Tim for his years of service during which he oversaw a period of tremendous growth and change in our industry,” Pacific Seafood President and CEO Frank Dulcich said. “Fortunately, Tim will still be available to help lend his expertise and support the leaders in our processing division as we continue to innovate and grow in the new decade ahead.”
“I had 25 years of working with some of the best people. I enjoyed the plants and the fleet; we brought the healthiest protein to our consumers. I wish all of them continued success,” Horgan added.