Two Chesapeake Executives to Leave the Company on May 3

From News OK:
Chesapeake Energy Corp.'s acting CEO Steve Dixon said Wednesday that senior vice presidents Tom Price and Henry Hood will be leaving the company May 3.
Price, 60, joined the Oklahoma City natural gas and oil company in 1992 and is senior vice president of corporate development and government relations. 
Hood, 52, has worked for Chesapeake since 1995 and is senior vice president of land. Hood also served as general counsel from 2006 until last September, when he was replaced at that position by longtime Oklahoma City trial attorney James R. Webb.
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