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Charlotte-based Duke Energy exec to retire May 1

A.R. Mullinax, executive vice president of strategic services, will retire
A.R. Mullinax, executive vice president of strategic services, will retire Courtesy of Duke Energy

Duke Energy said Wednesday A.R. Mullinax, executive vice president of strategic services, will retire May 1.

Mullinax has been overseeing Duke’s strategic services, which include information technology, supply chain and administrative services, the local utility said in a statement. Duke hasn’t yet named a replacement.

Previously, Mullinax, 61, served as vice president of information technology and chief information officer. He’s been with Duke Energy and its predecessor companies for the past 38 years, starting his career in 1977 with the internal audit staff for Duke forerunner Texas Eastern Corp.

After retiring, Mullinax will remain in North Carolina but will spend more time in his native Texas, Duke said.

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