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Rhoads Energy appoints CFO, treasurer

February 29, 2024 By    

Rhoads Energy hired Nancy Fisher to oversee the organization’s financial vision, strategy and execution as CFO and treasurer.

Headshot: Nancy Fisher


In her position with Rhoads, Fisher will oversee all financial and accounting functions: providing accurate and timely financial reports, preparing the annual operating budget and serving as liaison to financial institutions. She will also manage staff responsible for accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, credit and collections, and related functions.

Michael DeBerdine III, CEO of Rhoads Energy, says Fisher will serve a vital role as the company sustains a period of growth and geographic expansion.

“Nancy is uniquely qualified to step into this important leadership role at Rhoads Energy,” DeBerdine says. “She has a breadth of experience that enables her to provide valuable guidance, and she also brings a community-focused spirit that has long been the hallmark of the Rhoads brand.”

Fisher comes to Rhoads Energy with decades of finance experience. Her prior roles include CFO and treasurer of an electronics company, vice president of finance for a regional communications leader and stints as a controller and auditor at various corporations.

In addition, Fisher has been active in the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce in Pennsylvania and the United Way of Lancaster, serving on the boards of both organizations.

Fisher has completed leadership training through Stanford Graduate School of Business and the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. She holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Shippensburg University.

Rhoads Energy is a 107-year-old company with deep roots in southcentral Pennsylvania. It offers heating oil, natural gas and propane delivery to residential and commercial customers; complete HVAC installation and service; and fleet fueling services. The employee-owned organization serves central and southeastern Pennsylvania and parts of northern Maryland.

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