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Devon Energy discloses retirement of Chief Accounting Officer

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Devon Energy Corp. has announced that Jeremy Humphers, Senior Vice President and Chief Accounting Officer, will be retiring from the company. Humphers will step down from his role on March 8, 2024. John Sherrer will succeed him as Vice President, Accounting & Controller and will become the company’s principal accounting officer.

Throughout his 20-year career with Devon, Humphers made meaningful contributions to the company. He led the accounting organization with technical excellence, fostered innovation, leveraged technology, and exemplified Devon’s value of integrity. Sherrer, who has been a member of Devon’s accounting team for 12 years, has been promoted to Vice President, Accounting & Controller. He is a proven leader of successful teams with deep technical knowledge and experience.

Key Points:

  • Jeremy Humphers, Senior Vice President and Chief Accounting Officer, is retiring from Devon Energy Corp.
  • Humphers will step down from his role on March 8, 2024.
  • John Sherrer will succeed Humphers as Vice President, Accounting & Controller.
  • Sherrer has been with Devon for 12 years and has served in various accounting roles of increasing responsibility.
  • Sherrer will be designated as the company’s principal accounting officer.

By retiring from his role, Humphers will be leaving a significant impact on Devon Energy Corp. His leadership in the accounting organization and commitment to integrity will be missed. As Vice President, Accounting & Controller, Sherrer will have the opportunity to continue Humphers’ legacy and contribute his own expertise to the company.

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