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21 Sep 2017
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Evanson, Paul 

Mr. Paul J. Evanson is Independent Director of American Water Works Company, Inc. Mr. Evanson serves as Chairman of Allegheny Energy, Inc., from 2003 until the company’s merger with FirstEnergy Corp. in February 2011. Mr. Evanson Business Experience: Chief Executive Officer and President of Allegheny Energy, Inc. from 2003 until the company’s merger with FirstEnergy Corp. in February 2011 and Executive Vice Chair of FirstEnergy until his retirement in May 2011 · Former President of Florida Power & Light Company. Former President of Lynch Corporation. Leadership positions with Moore McCormack Resources and Arthur Anderson & Co. Other Positions: Chairman, Board of the Florida Reliability Coordinating Council, a non-profit company that ensures and enhances the reliability and adequacy of bulk electricity in Florida. Board of Directors, Edison Electric Institute, an association of shareholder-owned electric companies., Board of Directors, North American Electricity Reliability Council, a group that was formed in 1968 by electric companies to promote the reliability and adequacy of the nation’s power grid. His Education: Bachelor of Business Administration degree, and Doctor of Commercial Science Degree (honorary), St. John’s University, Juris Doctor, Columbia Law School, Master of Laws, New York University School of Law. His Experience and Qualifications to Serve on the Board: Mr. Evanson has extensive executive experience in the electric industry, including his leadership of a company with both significant regulated and unregulated operations, that enables him to provide important insights regarding various aspects of our business, which includes both regulated and unregulated operations. Mr. Evanson’s success in addressing difficult financial conditions upon assuming leadership at Allegheny Energy underscores his ability to provide valuable perspectives with respect to strategic planning, finance and risk management matters.

Basic Compensation

Total Annual Compensation, USD 115,000
Restricted Stock Awards, USD 104,968
Long-Term Incentive Plans, USD --
All Other, USD 3,794
Fiscal Year Total, USD 223,762

Options Compensation

  Quantity Market Value
Exercisable -- --
Unexercisable -- --
Exercised -- --
Name Fiscal Year Total

George MacKenzie


Susan Story


Linda Sullivan


Deborah Degillio


Walter Lynch


Michael Sgro

As Of  30 Dec 2016