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Bryan Rhode Named CSX Regional Vice President, State Government
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - January 20, 2014 - CSX Corporation (NYSE:
CSX) today announced the appointment of Bryan Rhode as regional vice
president - state government affairs in Virginia.
Quintin Kendall, vice president - state government and community affairs,
Rhode is responsible for CSX Transportation's executive branch, legislative
and community initiatives in Virginia, and oversees similar efforts in
Maryland and Delaware.
"Bryan's extensive background in public safety is
an ideal complement to CSX's commitment to running an industry-leading safe,
reliable railroad, and we are pleased to welcome him to the CSX team,"
Prior to joining CSX, Rhode served as Virginia secretary of
public safety, where he provided oversight for 11 state agencies and advised
the governor on public safety policy issues. Rhode also previously served as
deputy secretary of public safety and as commissioner of the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control.
Rhode is a graduate of the Pennsylvania
State University, the University of Virginia School of Law and the London
School of Economics. Following his military service as a captain in the
United States Marine Corps, Rhode worked as an associate corporate attorney
and served as an Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney in Richmond.
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and industrial development. Its network connects every major metropolitan
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