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Costa Mesa, Calif. -- Donahue Schriber said Friday that executive VP Michele Babcock will resign the company, effective March 31.
During her 15-year tenure, Babcock led the leasing and remerchandising of 33 centers encompassing four million sq. ft. to record performance levels, according to the company.
Babcock said she is retiring from Donahue Schriber in order to travel, spend more time with her family and focus on charitable pursuits.