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Rich Gore to Retire from DRBC in April 2017

Richard C. Gore recently announced that he will be retiring from the Delaware River Basin Commission on April 1, 2017.

Rich currently serves as the director of finance and administration. He has overall management responsibility for budget preparation, accounting, contract oversight, human resources, insurance, facilities, and information technology. Rich also serves as the commission’s public records officer.

Mr. Gore was originally appointed as the DRBC’s chief administrative officer in January 1988. He answered the call from the commissioners to serve as acting executive director from March 13 through July 31, 2014, which bridged the time period between Carol Collier’s retirement as executive director and Steve Tambini assuming those duties.

Prior to joining the commission 28 years ago, Rich held positions with the County of Bucks (Pennsylvania), the City of Philadelphia, and the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority. Additional biographical information can be found on the DRBC web site.