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Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) has appointed Keith Roloson and Martin Tuck general managers for operation services.

Roloson and Tuck will be based in JCP&L's northern region, supervising the inspection and maintenance of the JCP&L infrastructure while overseeing line shops in Boonton, Dover, Flemington, Newton, Summit and Washington, N.J. They join Tom Bodine and Patricia Mullin, who serve as general managers for JCP&L's central region.

Roloson joined JCP&L in 2008 as a line supervisor. In 2010, he was named line manager and supervised day-to-day operational maintenance on JCP&L's distribution system, most recently on the Boonton and Dover lines. He also serves on the Work Management Initiative team and on the Energy Delivery Corporate Safety Committee to help improve safe work processes.

Tuck began his career with Ohio Edison, a JCP&L sister company, in 1987, working in substation design. He became a journeyman lineman in 1992 and was promoted to operations supervisor in 2005. Most recently, Tuck was the line manager for Ohio Edison in Medina, Mansfield and Marion, Ohio.



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