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Legacy Reserves LP President And CFO Steven Pruett To Resign - Quick Facts

Legacy Reserves LP (LGCY) announced that Steven Pruett, President, Chief Financial Officer and Secretary of Legacy Reserves GP LLC, has informed the company that he intends to leave the company effective March 16, 2012 to pursue other professional opportunities.

Legacy also announced that James Lawrence, Legacy's Vice President-Finance and Treasurer, has been appointed as Interim Chief Financial Officer of Legacy Reserves GP LLC, to be effective immediately following Pruett's resignation.
The company noted that its board intends to appoint a permanent CFO in due course, for which Lawrence will be strongly considered.

Jim Lawrence joined Legacy in June 2010 as Treasurer, and was promoted to Vice President-Finance and Treasurer in March 2011. Prior to joining Legacy, Lawrence worked for nine years in investment banking, including the last six years in the Energy Investment Banking Group at Raymond James & Associates, where he served as a Vice President from January 2007 to April 2010.

by RTT Staff Writer

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