The Buffalo Bills made some surprising changes on the business side of the organization Wednesday.
The club parted ways with Ron Raccuia, who worked as the team’s executive vice president and chief operating officer.
Owner/CEO Terry Pegula will now take over the role of president.
“We would like to thank Ron for his many years of hard work and dedication with the Bills and PSE,” Pegula said. “We wish him and his family the best of luck in his future endeavors.”
A new management committee consisting of John Roth, executive vice president/chief operating officer, Kathryn D’Angelo, general counsel and senior vice president of business administration, and Josh Dziurlikowski, senior vice president of finance and business administration, has also been formed, and Penny Semaia has been hired as the vice president of stadium relations.