Change at the Top at Roadway

Feb. 14, 2003
With his retirement on March 26th, Wickham will give no longer be the carriers CEO, continuing as Chairman of the Board. Stepping up as President and

With his retirement on March 26th, Wickham will give no longer be the carrier’s CEO, continuing as Chairman of the Board.

Stepping up as President and CEO of Roadway Corp. is James D. Staley who has been President of Roadway Express. Robert L. Stull, who has served as Roadway Express Vice President - New Venture Commerce since May 1, 1999, succeeds Staley at Roadway Express President. Current Roadway Express Vice President and CIO, Robert W. Obee will replace Stull for new ventures. Current Vice President – Operations, John D. Bronneck, now becomes Executive Vice President – Operations for Roadway Express.

In addition to Roadway Express, Roadway Corp. also owns New Penn Motor Express, a regional next-day less-than-truckload carrier.

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