T&S Stores has reshuffled its board following the departure of two key directors. Group retail director Graham Maguire is departing to take the helm at Kwik Save, while information systems director Melvin Kenyon has obtained a position at "another retailer". T&S chairman Kevin Threlfall said Kenyon, who has been with the company for five years, had "completed the major task of getting EPoS up and running" across the T&S estate, and was now heading for pastures new. To boost its board, T&S has appointed former Day & Nite chairman Frank Dee as temporary retail operations director until a replacement for Maguire can be found. And it has promoted Stuart Ross, who joined the company in May, to group supply chain director, effective October 1. Previously md at Exel Consumer Europe, Ross has 20 years' experience in the supply chain having worked at Birds Eye Wall's, Whitbread, Iceland and Hays Distribution. Frank Heald, who ran Day & Nite with Dee until it was bought by T&S earlier this year, will continue to work on the integration of Day & Nite's 100 stores into T&S. The stores are all being rebranded as One Stop, with the work due to be completed by the end of next year. {{PEOPLE MOVES }}