Marathon VP, CIO to retire after 32 years of service

Marathon Oil

Thomas K. Sneed, vice president and chief information officer for Marathon Oil Corp. (NYSE: MRO), has elected to retire effective Sept. 1, 2013 following more than 32 years of service. 

Bruce A. McCullough will succeed Sneed as vice president and CIO effective June 17, 2013.  McCullough joins Marathon Oil from Anadarko Petroleum Corp. where he most recently served as director, Global Business Systems. McCullough will report to Janet F. Clark, Marathon Oil executive vice president and CFO. Sneed will serve as vice president of IT Services until Sept. 1 to facilitate an orderly transition to the department's new leadership.

McCullough has worked in the information technology field, primarily in the oil and gas sector, since graduating from Baylor University in 1988 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in computer science. Prior to Anadarko, he was a partner at Accenture and served in a variety of capacities for clients such as Atlantic Richfield Company, Mitchell Energy and Development Corp., and Burlington Resources.

 

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