Meet the cenexpert®

Dennis St. Aubin

Regional propane sales and equipment manager

Dennis St. Aubin has more than 15 years of experience in the propane industry and appreciates sharing his knowledge with Cenex® customers. Outside the office, Dennis enjoys fishing, hunting, hiking and spending time outdoors with his family. Dennis and his wife give back to the community by volunteering at the school their children attended.


Dennis is your go-to expert on the latest market and industry trends in propane, from adjusting propane storage needs to converting propane-powered fleet vehicles.


Dennis grew up in Cornell, Wisconsin, a town known for the pulpwood stacker that greets visitors when they enter the city. Constructed in 1912, the stacker was used to store wood before it was processed into paper and is the last surviving stacker in the U.S.

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