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Superior Propane president retires, successor named

July 13, 2021 By    
McCamus and Carron

McCamus and Carron

Superior Propane President Greg McCamus has retired from the Mississauga, Ontario, Canada-based company, a division of Superior Plus Corp.

Rick Carron, Superior Propane’s senior vice president of sales and operations, was named as the new president of Superior Propane.

McCamus joined Superior Plus in 2005 as the president of Superior Energy Management, and served as president of U.S. Refined Fuels before being appointed president of Superior Propane and Energy Distribution (North America) in 2012. During that time, he oversaw Superior’s expansion and growth strategy in the Canadian and U.S. propane marketplaces.

“I want to thank Greg for being not only an outstanding leader and business executive but also a trusted adviser,” President and CEO Luc Desjardins says. “He always promoted what was best for all the stakeholders, including our customers, employees, communities and shareholders.”

Carron has served as senior vice president of sales and operations at Superior Propane since 2019 and has delivered on key sales and operational initiatives. He previously served as Superior Propane’s vice president of sales since 2011. Carron has also held executive and senior leadership positions in different industries for more than 20 years, including key roles with Direct Energy, Bell Canada and Evoco Inc.

“I feel very fortunate to have worked closely with Greg during my time at Superior,” Carron says. “Greg’s accomplishments are many, and I am indebted to him for the mentorship that he has provided me, not only throughout my career, but especially over the past six months as he has helped me prepare to take on the role of president.”

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Danielle Pesta is a digital editor for North Coast Media, the parent company of LP Gas. She can be reached at dpesta@northcoastmedia.net.

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