From Ft. Worth Star/Telegram
BNSF executive leaves; railroad not saying why
By David Wethe
Star-Telegram Staff Writer
An upper-level executive at BNSF Railway left this week, but it's unclear why.
M. David Dealy, vice president of transportation, "left the company" Tuesday, said Pat Hiatte, a BNSF spokesman. The Fort Worth railroad declined to say how or why he left.
The company announced internally Friday that Greg Fox will replace Dealy. Fox was the company's vice president of engineering. Dave Freeman, who was regional vice president for north operations, fills Fox's old job. Jeff Wright, another BNSF insider, will replace Freeman. "These are the moves that fill positions that were vacant as a result of Mr. Dealy's departure," Hiatte said.
The hotlink was from BNSF's intranet website.