CONSERVATION SERVICES GROUP PROMOTES JACK SHEEHAN TO CFO

Sheehan oversees the finance, risk management and legal functions for the national energy services firm

WESTBOROUGH, Mass., April 23, 2012 -- Jack Sheehan has been promoted to chief financial officer for Conservation Services Group (CSG), according to Stephen L. Cowell, chief executive officer. In this role, Sheehan oversees the finance, risk management and legal functions for the national energy services firm.


Sheehan joined CSG in October of 2009 as controller and was promoted to vice president two years later. Prior to CSG, Sheehan was vice president and corporate controller of DentaQuest, one of the nation's leading oral health care organizations. Earlier, he held senior financial management positions with manufacturing and health care companies.

A member of Financial Executives International since 1993, Sheehan is a Certified Public Accountant. He holds a master's degree from Columbia University and a B.A. from Tufts University. A native of Lynnfield, Mass., Sheehan currently resides in North Andover, Mass.

Cowell said, "We congratulate Jack, who has played a significant leadership role in our financial organization since joining CSG just three years ago. He has successfully identified and led many initiatives that have strengthened controls, reduced the company's costs and supported our significant growth."

Conservation Services Group is the market leader in residential energy efficiency in North America. Headquartered in Westborough, Mass., the company has improved the efficiency, safety, comfort, affordability and durability of more than two million homes since 1984. With proven, award-winning expertise in residential energy efficiency program delivery, CSG provides solutions with a long-term vision that incorporates the latest and most comprehensive program designs and energy-efficiency technologies for a sustainable industry. For more information, visit http://www.csgrp.com/.

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