Charleston, W.Va. (AP) -- The Greenbrier has hired a familiar face to work in its kitchen.
Richard Rosendale will return to the resort in White Sulphur Springs in mid-September as executive chef.
The 33-year-old chef served as chef de cuisine at the Greenbrier's Tavern Room Restaurant from 2002 to 2006.
He most recently worked as a chef and operating partner at two restaurants in Columbus, Ohio: Rosendales Modern Bistro and Details Minibar & Lounge.
Rosendale replaces Peter Timmins, a certified master chef who recently retired after 15 years at the Greenbrier.
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