George S. Loesch
Vice President, Corporate Services and Marketing, Conner Strong, and Buckelew
In this hectic world, Deborah helps me reflect—it brings me back to reality and reminds me of what is really important in life. One of my core values is giving back to the community and helping others. I personally feel an inward sense of accomplishment and privilege to be part of Deborah and its ‘life-giving’ mission.
George S. Loesch was first appointed to Deborah’s Board in 1994.
George Loesch is a senior general management, marketing and sales executive with demonstrated results of delivering exceptional performance and value creation. A results-oriented inspiring leader, innovator and strategist with a consistent track record in growing businesses/brands and organizational capabilities through consumer understanding, innovation, creativity and excellence. He was a former Vice President, Emerging Channels for the Campbell Soup Company, with responsibility for driving volume, profit and share growth of Campbell brands in North America, for 28 years from 1984-2012. Additionally, lead the turnaround and transformation of the Philadelphia Media Network (Inquirer, Daily News & Philly.com) from 2012-2014.
He received a Bachelor of Business Administration from Iona College, New Rochelle, NY, and a Masters in Business Administration from Iona’s Hagan School of Business. Also, attended Northwestern University’s Executive Strategic Planning and Cornell University’s Food Industry Management Programs. George is active in community affairs, a Board of Trustee member at Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ and Legacy/Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis and Education Center, Philadelphia, PA.