Lexington, Ky., (March 3, 2016) – Kentucky American Water has announced that Cody Brenneman has been named superintendent of operations for the company’s Northern Division, which includes water and wastewater operations in Gallatin, Grant and Owen counties. Brenneman will report to Kevin Rogers, vice president of operations for Kentucky American Water.
Brenneman joined Kentucky American Water in 2012 as a water quality specialist before moving to Indiana American Water as a water quality supervisor in 2013. In 2014, he became superintendent of water quality and environmental compliance at Indiana American Water’s Terre Haute district, where he oversaw regulatory compliance for three districts in western Indiana and supervised lab procedures in four certified laboratories. Prior to joining Kentucky American Water, Brenneman worked for Fouser Environmental Services in Versailles, Ky.
A native of Grantsville, Md., Brenneman graduated from McDaniel College (formerly Western Maryland College) with a bachelor’s degree in biology, and holds operators certifications and industrial user wastewater and water certifications from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management. Brenneman is also a certified Kentucky Division of Water state drinking water analyst, a member of the Kentucky Water and Wastewater Operators Association and is a certified Lean Six Sigma yellow belt.
“Cody is hard-working and talented, and that is why he has seen multiple promotions during his years with American Water,” said Rogers. “He will bring a diverse skill set and knowledge back to Kentucky.”