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President of Disney’s resorts division announces retirement

The president of Disney Parks & Resorts has announced his retirement after 39 years with The Walt Disney Co.

Al Weiss, 57, has served as president of Disney’s worldwide resort operations since November 2005, when he was promoted from his role as president of Walt Disney World Resort, Orlando. He will stay on the job until November 1.Weiss was 18 years old when he joined the company as an hourly theme park worker and has since held more than 20 positions with Disney, including finance manager for entertainment and vice president of resort operations support.Weiss was 18 years old when he joined the company as an hourly theme park worker and has since held more than 20 positions with Disney, including finance manager for entertainment and vice president of resort operations support.

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