Paducah & Louisville makes personnel changes in the new year

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PADUCAH, Ky. — Executives with the Paducah & Louisville Railway say they're promoting several people in the new year.

The railroad's executives named Tim Wyatt as vice president of transportation of labor. In his new position, he will be responsible for all transportation department operations, dispatching, customer service and labor relations. Wyatt has held several management roles in the rail industry since entering the career field in 1984. He has been with the Paducah & Louisville since 2003.

Kevin McEwan has been appointed as vice president of marketing and sales. McEwan will be responsible for marketing, sales, pricing, and industrial development in his new position. He joined the railroad in 2006 as revenue analysis manager. He was promoted to marketing director in 2012.

Chris Reck has been named as assistant vice president of sales and industrial development. He will be responsible for all outside sales and industrial development. He has been with the railroad since 2007 and has served in positions ranging from conductor to marketing director.

Tasha Headrick and Brian Wyatt have been appointed to marketing analysts under the railroad’s marketing department. They will help with establishing rates and tariffs for commodities.

The Paducah & Louisville Railway Inc. manages the railroad property in Kentucky; as well as the Evansville Western Railway Inc. in Indiana; and the Appalachian and Ohio Railroad Inc. in West Virginia.

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