National Fuel Gas Company has announced that Anna Marie Cellino, President of National Fuel Gas Distribution Corporation, the company’s Utility segment, has indicated her intention to retire, effective 1 February 2016, after more than 34 years of service.
Cellino joined National Fuel in 1981 and has been President of the Utility segment since July of 2008. During her tenure, she has held a variety of leadership positions within the Utility, and she also served as Corporate Secretary of the company.
“I congratulate Anna Marie for an outstanding career that included numerous accomplishments over her many years of dedicated service to National Fuel’s customers, employees and shareholders,” said Ronald J. Tanski, President and Chief Executive Officer of National Fuel Gas Company. “Under Anna Marie’s leadership, the Utility made significant investments in new infrastructure to maintain safe and reliable service for the long run, and was recognised nationally for excellent customer service. I am especially grateful to Anna Marie for the impact she has had on the organisation through her continuous hard work and leadership by example. That work ethic was recently highlighted during the smooth operation of our utility system over the last two consecutive record-cold winters, a significant accomplishment that Anna Marie herself would credit to the Utility’s hard working employees.”
Cellino will be succeeded by Carl M. Carlotti, presently Senior Vice President of National Fuel Gas Distribution Corporation. Carlotti has had a long career with the company, joining National Fuel in 1985, and has been Senior Vice President of the Utility since December 2007. Throughout his tenure, Carlotti has managed virtually every functional area within the Utility’s operation and has been head of its Pennsylvania Division since 1993.
Adapted from press release by Rosalie Starling
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