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DAVID M. LEVAN TO SUCCEED DONALD A. SWANSON AS CONRAIL'S SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-OPERATIONS

 DAVID M. LEVAN TO SUCCEED DONALD A. SWANSON AS CONRAIL'S
 SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-OPERATIONS
 PHILADELPHIA, June 19 /PRNewswire/ -- James A. Hagen, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Consolidated Rail Corporation (NYSE: CRR), today announced that Donald A. Swanson will retire as senior vice president-operations on June 30.
 He will be succeeded by David M. LeVan, currently senior vice president-Operating Systems and Strategies.
 Swanson, 62, began his railroad career with the New York Central System, serving in various mechanical and transportation department capacities. He was general manager of the Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad, and, with the Penn Central Transportation Co., was general manager at Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. At Conrail, he served as general manager at Newark, N.J., and as vice president-transportation before being elected senior vice president-Operations in 1990. He studied pre-law at Bowling Green State University and completed advanced business, management and executive training programs at Columbia, Harvard and Stanford universities.
 LeVan, 46, joined Conrail in 1978 from Coopers & Lybrand, certified public accountants. At Conrail, he has held a number of financial, planning and operating positions, including vice president-treasurer, vice president-corporate strategy, senior vice president-corporate systems, and, most recently, senior vice president-Operating Systems and Strategies. LeVan holds a bachelor of arts degree from Gettysburg College and attended Harvard University's advanced management program.
 Conrail operates a rail-freight transportation network in 14 Northeastern and Midwestern states, the District of Columbia, and the Province of Quebec.
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 /CONTACT: Robert L. Libkind or Christine A. Wagner of Conrail, 215-977-4594/
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