NEW ORLEANS — Among recently announced Entergy Corporation management changes, Curt Hebert, executive vice president for external affairs, has decided to leave the company.
Hebert, who reported to chairman and CEO J. Wayne Leonard, said yesterday, “It’s been a wonderful eight and a half years with the company filled with fond memories, and I have learned much. It is time for me to move on and seek other opportunities. The challenges and rewards of helping rebuild after hurricanes Katrina and Rita will forever be embedded in my mind.”
Leonard said, “We thank Curt for his successes and resolve over the years. He was never reluctant to take on new challenges, nor shy about expressing his opinion or that of the company’s. We wish him well in the future.”
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