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CSX reassigns Bethel, Lonegro and Brandt to high-ranking positions
yesterday announced three key executive appointments that take effect Jan. 1, 2013.
The Class I named Gary Bethel vice president of the Northern Region to succeed Craig King, who is retiring. Currently VP of mechanical, Bethel will report to VP and Chief Transportation Officer Cindy Sanborn.
CSX also named Frank Lonegro VP of mechanical to succeed Bethel. Currently president of CSX Technology, Lonegro will report to Executive VP and Chief Operating Officer Oscar Munoz and continue to be responsible for CSX's implementation of positive train control.
Finally, the Class I named Kathleen Brandt president of CSX Technology to succeed Lonegro. Brandt, who currently leads the integration of major operating departments and initiatives, also will report to Munoz.
"We continue to build on the strength of our team by putting proven leaders on point for key functions while aggressively developing people for the future," said Munoz.
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