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UNISYS ISSUES OBITUARY FOR FREDERICK F. JENNY

 BLUE BELL, Pa., Nov. 30 ~PRNewswire~ -- Frederick F. Jenny, a senior vice president of Unisys Corporation (NYSE: UIS) and president of Paramax Systems Corporation, a Unisys subsidiary, died of cancer today at his home in Potomac, Md.
 He was 57 years old.
 Mr. Jenny, was born in Milwaukee, Wisc., on Jan. 27, 1935, the son of Frederick Jenny and the former Emily Hvalty.
 During his nine-year tenure at Unisys, Jenny was a recognized leader in the aerospace and defense business. Under his leadership, Paramax became one of the top-10 ranking electronics suppliers to the U.S. Department of Defense and other government agencies. Unisys chairman and CEO James Unruh said, "He was an outstanding leader, who left his mark not only on Unisys, but also on the information processing industry. He had a keen business sense and put a great deal of personal effort into everything he did. He will be missed by all of us at Unisys."
 Mr. Jenny became president of Unisys Defense Systems, the predecessor of Paramax Systems Corporation, in 1986 when Burroughs Corporation and Sperry Corporation merged to form Unisys. He had joined Burroughs in 1983 as senior vice president and chief executive officer of Burroughs subsidiary, System Development Corporation (SDC), the strategic business unit for the company's defense and electronics systems business.
 His professional career began in 1956 as a systems test engineer with IBM's Federal Systems Division where he achieved increasingly responsible management positions directing the development of various aerospace and defense information processing systems.
 In 1973, Mr. Jenny joined Control Data Corporation as vice president and general manager of Aerospace and Advanced Systems Operations where he doubled the size of Control Data's aerospace and defense business and led the development of the AN~AYK-14, the standard Navy airborne computer.
 Mr. Jenny joined General Dynamics Corporation in 1978 as president of Stromberg-Carlson Corporation, General Dynamics' telecommunications subsidiary. From 1981 to 1983, he was vice president and general manager of General Dynamics' Electronics Division where he directed advanced military electronic system applications on automatic test, range, training and tactical information systems.
 Mr. Jenny had received a number of patents and had published numerous papers on avionics systems, telecommunications and computer systems. He served on the Board of Governers of the Electronic Industries Association and was a member of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, the President's Advisory Council at Valparaiso University and the Board of Trustees of the National Security Industrial Association. In 1987, he was elected a Distinguished Alumnus of Valparaiso University, and in 1988, was appointed to the National Security Telecommunications Advisory Council by Ronald Reagan.
 He was a member of the Lutheran Church of the Cross in Potomac. Mr. Jenny is survived by his wife, Cathy Bonker; a daughter, Susan of Rockville, Md.; three sons, Peter and his wife Kristina of Montreal, Quebec; Steven and his wife Marissa of Eagan, Minn., and David of Salt Lake City, Utah; his mother Emily Hvalty Jenny of Port Charlotte, Fla.; and a brother, Neil A. Jenny of Lake Geneva, Wisc.
 The family requests that in lieu of flowers memorial contributions be sent to the Frederick F. Jenny Emerging Technology Professorship, School of Engineering, Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, Ind. 46383.
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