PA Turnpike Commission CEO resigns, citing health

Written by The Associated Press | Oct 10, 2012 3:30 AM

(Harrisburg) -- The chief executive officer of the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission says he will leave his post at the end of the month, citing health reasons.

The turnpike says Roger Nutt's resignation letter said he had decided that it would be best to resign "for my long-term health."

Craig Shuey, who is now chief operating officer, will serve as acting CEO until a permanent replacement is named.

Nutt's letter cited accomplishments such as a new professional services procurement process, expansion of the capital improvement program and creation of a new office of diversity and inclusion and an office of compliance.

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