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Parkway Properties Appoints David O'Reilly As Interim CFO

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Parkway Properties, Inc. (PKY: Quote) announced that its Board appointed David O'Reilly as interim Chief Financial Officer, effective May 10, 2012. O'Reilly will retain his responsibilities as the Company's Executive Vice President and Chief Investment Officer.

In addition, Richard Hickson IV, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer resigned his position. The company said that Hickson's resignation is not related to any disagreements with the Company's accounting, financial reporting, internal control or the audit committee, and he will remain with the Company through the filing of the first quarter form 10-Q.

The company also announced it has revised its earnings release date and conference call information. The Company said it will release 2012 first quarter earnings on Thursday, May 3, 2012 after the market closes, and will hold its first quarter conference call on the same day at 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time.

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