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DICK ACOSTA TO RETIRE FROM CHRYSLER

 DICK ACOSTA TO RETIRE FROM CHRYSLER
 HIGHLAND PARK, Mich., June 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Chrysler Corporation


(NYSE: C) announced today that Richard E. Acosta, vice president-Car and Truck Assembly Operations, has elected to take special early retirement effective Dec. 31, 1992.
 Acosta served successively as staff executive-Stamping and Diversified Operations, general plants manager-Stamping Operations, general manager-Stamping Operations, and general manager-Car and Truck Assembly Operations. He was elected a vice president of the company in September 1987.
 Acosta, 60, joined Chrysler in 1984 after 36 years in staff and plant manufacturing positions for General Motors Corp.
 Robert A. Lutz, president of Chrysler, said, "The Acosta shoes are going to be hard to fill. Dick's expertise extended beyond the assembly and stamping
plants. He brought to Chrysler an awareness of the human needs of this business and of the importance of diversity in the workplace."
 Acosta lives in Rochester, Mich. A native of New York City, he completed executive development programs at both Northwestern University and the University of Michigan.
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