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BG&E NAMES TWO NEW MANAGERS

 BG&E NAMES TWO NEW MANAGERS
 BALTIMORE, April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Two new managers have been


appointed and one managerial change has been announced, with the retirement of three longtime employees of Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (NYSE: BGE).
 Gregory C. Martin has been named manager-Customer Accounts, succeeding Robert S. Pardoe, who retires with 44 years service. Diane L. Featherstone has been appointed manager-Staff Services, replacing Linda D. Miller. Miller assumes the position of manager-Employee Services, following the retirement of Anton S. Endler with 45 years service. Also retiring is David C. Wood, manager-Electric Construction, with 39 years service to BG&E. All appointments and retirements were effective April 1, 1992.
 Born in Hanover, Pa., Martin joined BG&E in 1971 and progressed through various positions in the Information Systems and Transportation departments before he was named director-Customer Information Systems in the Customer Accounts Department in 1990, the position he held prior to his appointment as manager.
 Martin holds a master's degree in business administration from Loyola College of Baltimore and a bachelor's degree from Texas A&M University. He served 10 years in the U.S. Army Reserve and was discharged with the rank of captain. He lives with his wife Susan and daughter in the Ashland (Hunt Valley) area of Baltimore County.
 Featherstone entered service with BG&E in 1976 as an economics analyst. She held positions in financial planning and budget analysis in the Accounting, Economic Research, and Finance departments, and served as supervisor and project manager in the Staff Services Department dealing with employee policy and compensation before her appointment as manager.
 A Certified Compensation Professional and Certified Public Accountant, Featherstone received a Master's degree in economics from the University of Virginia and a bachelor's degree in economics and history from Towson State University. Featherstone is a member of the American Compensation Association and the Maryland Association of CPAs. Born in Bethesda, she has lived most of her life in Laurel, where she resides with her husband Lynn and two daughters.
 Miller, a Baltimore native who joined BG&E in 1967, was first named manager in 1988 after serving in the Real Estate and Office Services, Employee Services, and Staff Services departments. She took a leave of absence early in her career, spending three years in the U.S. Navy.
 Miller holds both a master's and a bachelor's degree in psychology from Towson State University, and is a Certified Compensation Professional. A member of numerous professional, industry and business organizations, including the American Compensation Association, the Greater Baltimore Committee Leadership Program, and the Genesis Jobs Advisory Board, Miller also serves as personnel officer for the Maryland Committee for Children, and on the Harford County Executive's Business Roundtable. She and her husband Richard are residents of Abingdon.
 Endler held many memberships in business, industry, professional and civic organizations during his years with BG&E. His efforts in support of public education over his long career were recognized at his retirement by Gov. William Donald Schaefer. A native of Baltimore, he has lived with his wife Marie in Sykesville for more than 30 years and expects to spend much time at his retirement hideaway in Idaho.
 Pardoe, another native Baltimorean, began his BG&E career as an office boy. He was a member of the group which brought BG&E into the computer era and electronic data processing, leading to the establishment of the present Information Systems Department. In his retirement he intends to devote more time to civic activities with the Howard County Leadership Alumni and the Glenwood Lions Club. He and his wife Joan are residents of Woodbine.
 Wood, born in Jackson, Tenn., spent his career in BG&E's Electric Construction and Electric Engineering departments. He was the project engineer for the Waugh Chapel substation -- one of BG&E's largest -- which interconnects power from BG&E's Calvert Cliffs and Brandon Shores power plants to the BG&E system and to the Potomac Electric Power Company to the south. His retirement plans include golf, traveling and
church work. Wood and his wife Annette also reside in Sykesville.
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 /CONTACT: Arthur J. Slusark of Baltimore Gas and Electric, 410-234-7433/
 (BGE) CO: Baltimore Gas and Electric Company ST: Maryland IN: UTI SU: PER


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