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Hall to head Norfolk Southern intermodal operations; Huffman retires

(Source: Norfolk Southern press release, January 23, 2013)

NORFOLK, Va. ó Jerry W. Hall has been named vice president intermodal operations to succeed Robert E. Huffman, who is retiring Feb. 1.

Hall, a civil engineering graduate of the University of Alabama, joined Norfolk Southern as a management trainee in Hattiesburg, Miss., and progressed through numerous positions in Norfolk Southernís transportation department, including superintendent of the Dearborn, Harrisburg, and Lake divisions, until his appointment as general manager of the Northern Region in 2009. He will be headquartered in Norfolk and will report to Donald W. Seale, executive vice president and chief marketing officer.

Huffman is a veteran of 40 years with the railroad industry, having joined Penn Central as a block operator in 1972. He joined Conrail as assistant trainmaster in 1975 and served in positions of increasing responsibility in the operations department and joined Norfolk Southern in 1998 as senior assistant vice president intermodal operations, becoming vice president intermodal operations in 1999.

Thursday, January 24, 2013

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