Jamestown Native Moves Up

Enterprise Rent-A-Car announced the promotion of Tom Mazzurco of Jamestown as the area rental manager for the southtowns and Southern Tier of Western New York. He is responsible for supervising facilities and staff for all locations in Hamburg, Orchard Park, Fredonia, Jamestown and Olean. Mazzurco is a graduate of SUNY Fredonia.

Board Chairman To Retire April 1

WILLIAMSVILLE – National Fuel Gas Company recently announced that David F. Smith, executive chairman of the board, has indicated his intention to retire, effective April 1. Smith will continue to serve as chairman of the board of directors.

“National Fuel is today a better company for its employees, its investors, and the customers we serve because of Dave’s leadership and dedication,” said Ronald J. Tanski, president and chief executive officer. “During his five years as CEO, Dave established the current course of the company, focusing attention and significant resources on development in the Marcellus Shale as Seneca Resources Corporation’s total production nearly tripled and the company’s pipeline business commenced an historic, transformational realignment. Under his direction, the company continued to prioritize and invest in pipeline safety, system reliability and all levels of customer service.”

Smith joined National Fuel in 1978 and had been chief executive officer from February 2008 to March 2013. He was elected to the company’s board of directors in 2007 and named chairman of the board in 2010. During his more than 35-year tenure with the company he has served as president of National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation, National Fuel Gas Distribution Corporation, Empire Pipeline Inc., and National Fuel Resources Inc.

National Fuel is an integrated energy company with $6.2 billion in assets comprised of the following five operating segments: Exploration and Production, Pipeline and Storage, Gathering, Utility, and Energy Marketing. Additional information about National Fuel is available at: or through its investor information service at 1-800-334-2188.

CCB Promotes Dunkirk Woman

LITTLE VALLEY – Salvatore Marranca, president and CEO of Cattaraugus County Bank, recently announced the promotion of Kelly Cave – former assistant manager – to assistant vice president and Dunkirk branch manager. Cave has been with CCB’s Dunkirk office since the independent, community bank purchased that location from the former Greater Buffalo Savings Bank in 2008.

“As an assistant manager in Dunkirk, Kelly became very involved in the lending area, as well as supervision of staff,” Marranca said. “When our Dunkirk manager position became available, management was confident that Kelly’s background and expertise would provide a superior level of service and commitment that the Dunkirk community can bank on.”