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Leaders of Atmos Energy

Conrad E. Gruber

Conrad Gruber was named Vice President, Strategic Planning, in July 2004. He had been named President in June 2001 of the Louisiana Division's predecessor, Atmos Energy Louisiana, which combined the former operations of Trans Louisiana Gas Company and Louisiana Gas Service Company. Previously, Gruber served as President of the former Western Kentucky Gas Division from 1999 to 2001. He began his career with Atmos Energy in February 1991 as Engineering and Measurement Coordinator in the Dallas headquarters.

From 1994 to 1999, he served as Vice President, Technical Services, of the Greeley Gas Division in Denver, Colorado.

Gruber holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.


J. Kevin Akers
President, Kentucky/Mid-States Division
Verlon R. Aston Jr.
Vice President, Governmental and
Public Affairs
Mark S. Bergeron
President, Atmos Energy Holdings, Inc.
Clay C. Cash
Vice President, Customer Service
Kim R. Cocklin
President and Chief Executive Officer
Bret Eckert
Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Richard A. Erskine
President, Atmos Pipeline - Texas
Christopher T. Forsythe
Vice President and Controller
David E. Gates
President, Mississippi Division
Richard J. Gius
Vice President and Chief Information Officer
Gary W. Gregory
President, Colorado-Kansas Division
Louis P. Gregory
Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary
Conrad E. Gruber
Vice President, Strategic Planning
Michael E. Haefner
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
Tom S. Hawkins, Jr.
President, Louisiana Division
Susan Giles
Vice President, Investor Relations
Kenneth M. Malter
Vice President, Gas Supply and Services
John McDill
Vice President, Pipeline Safety
Pace McDonald
Vice President, Tax
Daniel M. Meziere
Vice President and Treasurer
John A. Paris
President, Mid-Tex Division
David Park
President, West Texas Division
Marvin L. Sweetin
Senior Vice President, Utility Operations