Crown Central Petroleum reassigns managers 2 sons of chairman, 7 others get new posts

April 02, 1996|By Sean Somerville | Sean Somerville,SUN STAFF

Crown Central Petroleum yesterday announced management changes that include new assignments for the two sons of Chairman Henry A. Rosenberg as well as the appointment of two executive vice presidents.

Nine Crown officials will have new titles or responsibilities. One executive is leaving the Baltimore-based company.

"These actions will consolidate management and focus responsibilities around key business units," said Mr. Rosenberg, who is also chief executive officer.

Joseph M. Coale, a Crown spokesman, said the changes are aimed at getting the company on the "road to profitability" in a fiercely competitive industry. He said the company faces tough environmental and marketing challenges.

One of Mr. Rosenberg's sons, Edward L. Rosenberg, 40, previously senior vice president of administration, corporate development and long-range planning, replaces George R. Sutherland Jr. as senior vice president for supply and transportation.

Edward Rosenberg, who has been with the company since 1982, will work in Crown's Bellaire, Texas, office. Mr. Sutherland is leaving the company to pursue other interests, the company said.

The other son, Frank B. Rosenberg, 37, who served as vice president of marketing, was named senior vice president of marketing. He has worked with Crown since 1986.

Named as executive vice presidents were Randall M. Trembly, 49, who previously served as senior vice president of refining, and Philip W. Taff, 54, the company's chief financial officer, previously senior vice president of finance.

Pub Date: 4/02/96

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