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Vince Maione, region president of Atlantic City Electric will retire from the company on March 30, 2018 following more than 33 years of distinguished service to the company.

Maione began his career in 1984 in the company’s Commercial & Industrial Marketing Department. He has held various leadership positions within the company, including those in Distribution Engineering, Field Operations Management and Transmission Engineering Project Management, before his current role, which he assumed in 2009.

“Vince is a widely respected and experienced industry leader who has been instrumental in telling our story and advancing policy positions across New Jersey,” said Melissa Lavinson, senior vice president of Pepco Holdings, parent company of Atlantic City Electric. “I want to thank Vince for his leadership and dedicated service to the company and the entire South Jersey region.”

In addition to his company leadership, Maione has been an active leader in numerous South Jersey region leadership initiatives including serving as a founding Board member of Choose New Jersey, a nonprofit corporation created by New Jersey business leaders to promote the state in the global market. In addition, Maione’s state-wide leadership was evident in serving on the boards of the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce, the New Jersey Utilities Association and NJTV. Maione also served two terms as Town Council member in Hammonton, NJ.

A search for Maione’s replacement is currently underway.

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 Atlantic City Electric, a public utility owned by Exelon Corporation (NYSE: EXC), provides safe, reliable and affordable regulated electric delivery services to approximately 550,000 customers in southern New Jersey.