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Suburban Propane Partners Promotes Mark Wienberg To COO - Quick Facts

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Suburban Propane Partners, L.P. (SPH: Quote) announced executive level promotions, effective on April 1, 2014. Mark Wienberg has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer. Paul Abel is promoted to Senior Vice President - General Counsel & Secretary.

Steven Boyd is promoted to Senior Vice President - Field Operations. Douglas Brinkworth is promoted to Senior Vice President - Product Supply, Purchasing & Logistics. Neil Scanlon is promoted to Senior Vice President - Information Services. Michael Kuglin is promoted to Vice President - Finance and Chief Accounting Officer.

As previously inciadted, Michael Stivala will assume the role of President effective April 1, 2014 as that title will be relinquished by Michael Dunn, Jr., who will continue as CEO until September 27, 2014.

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