Entergy Nuclear Plant Leadership Changes Announced at ANO, Waterford 3
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Jackson, MS (STL.News) – Entergy Nuclear Chief Operating Officer Chris Bakken has announced senior leadership changes at two of Entergy’s nuclear stations, Arkansas Nuclear One and Waterford 3 Steam Electric Station, effective Sept. 30. These personnel moves are in alignment with the company’s succession plans and focus on developing and growing leaders from within the organization.
ANO Site Vice President Rich Anderson will be retiring after more than 40 years in the nuclear industry. Waterford 3 Site Vice President John Dinelli is assuming the site vice president role at ANO, reporting to Entergy Nuclear COO-North Larry Coyle.
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Prior to working at INPO, Dinelli was general manager, fleet operations support, at Entergy Nuclear headquarters. He started at Indian Point as a college intern in 1990, then was hired on as a shift technical advisor in operations. In 1996, he received his senior reactor operator license and held several roles in the operations department, including general manager. Dinelli has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Manhattan College.
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Dinelli, John [MC????]
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I believe that John is a member of the Class of 1991.
McEneney, Mike (MC1953)
[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]
Dinelli, John [MC1991]
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