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  • rmlagow rmlagow Jun 3, 2014 4:54 PM Flag

    AEP Executive Brian X. Tierney Responds to the Concerned Citizens of Coleman, Texas

    To the concerned citizens of Coleman and to our honorable Mayor... I, Michael Lagow, for the Concerned Citizens of Coleman, did receive a call finally from Brian X. Tierney, Executive Vice President and CFO of AEP. His assistant told me on two occasions this morning on two separate phones calls to contact him that he was on travel. When I mentioned to her that things were escalating on the city of Coleman matter, and I suggested that I receive a return call quickly as we were launching a social media campaign on AEP, all the sudden, I received a return call from Mr. Tierney. I had been calling for days with no results. Mr. Tierney apologized for his delay in returning my calls as he had been on travel and in meetings. Once we got down to business of the contract, he was not able to deliver much information due to the non-disclosure agreement in place. He did request that I inquire with the City Manager of Coleman and the State of Texas Attorney General's office. I expressed to him that other concerned citizens of Coleman had requested this information before and were turned down. Then I read Nancy Emmert's post!!! What does the City Manager, Mr. Catoe, and Mr. Tierney know, that we as concerned citizens DO NOT know? Mr. Tierney has agreed to discuss with our new Mayor, Kay Joffrion, which also posted above. I am Michael Lagow, DEUXIGN PR GROUP, Dallas, Texas, and we will host a call with the Mayor of Coleman and concerned citizens to Mr. Tierney to get to the bottom of the issues regarding the 2012 contract that no one seems to be able to obtain a copy of. More to follow.....

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    • Details of Brian X. Tierney for Concerned Citizens of Coleman, Texas:

      Brian Tierney is executive vice president and chief financial officer for AEP (American Electric Power), one of the largest electrical utilities in the United States, delivering electricity to more than 5 million customers in 11 states. He reports to Nick Akins, president and chief executive officer.

      Previously, he was executive vice president - AEP Utilities East, responsible for the distribution, customer service, and financial performance of AEP’s utility operating companies in the states of Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.

      Prior to assuming that position in January 2008, Brian was the senior vice president of Commercial Operations, where he was responsible for AEP’s energy trading and marketing activities, as well as market operations and dispatch of the company’s 38,000 MW generation fleet.

      Brian joined AEP in 1998 and has held a number of management positions responsible for pricing energy transactions, market operations, and trading and marketing. From 2001-2002, Brian served on the Board of Directors of ERCOT (Electric Reliability Council of Texas).

      Prior to joining AEP, Brian worked for a subsidiary of Enron Corp., where he was an electricity trader, traded coal and priced energy transactions. Before entering the energy industry, Brian served as a United States Peace Corps Volunteer in the Republic of the Philippines and worked in the consumer products industry.

      Brian has a bachelor of arts degree in history from Boston College and an MBA from the University of Chicago with concentrations in finance and accounting.

      He serves on the Boards of Trustees of the Mount Carmel College of Nursing, Columbus School for Girls, LifeCare Alliance and the Columbus Chamber.

      Posted by Michael Lagow

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

 
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