Dominion announces executive retirements

Dominion executive retirements

Dominion (NYSE: D) announced the upcoming retirements of multiple company executives Monday, including Dominion Executive Vice President and Dominion Energy CEO Gary L. Sypolt. Sypolt will retire on Sept. 1, according to the company.

In addition, Charles Holley will retire as vice president – Fossil & Hydro System Operations of the Dominion Generation business unit on July 1, 2013 after 38 years of service. He will be succeeded by Edward Baine, who is currently vice president – Fossil & Hydro Merchant Operations.

Three other executives will be leaving Dominion on Jan. 1, 2014. Thomas Bean will retire from his position as vice president – Financial Management of Dominion Generation after 24 years of service, Joseph O’Hare will retire from his position as vice president – Financial Management of the Dominion Virginia Power business unit after 34 years of service, and Christine M. Schwab, vice president and chief compliance and risk officer, will leave the company after 18 years of service with plans to start a risk advisory practice.

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