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BOEING EXECUTIVE CHOSEN AS SME HONOR AWARD WINNER

 DEARBORN, Mich., April 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Deane D. Cruze, corporate senior vice president-operations, The Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA), has been selected by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) to receive the 1993 SME Albert M. Sargent Progress Award. Cruze is one of six leaders in manufacturing engineering, management, education and research to be honored with a 1993 SME International Honor Award.
 The awards will be presented May 3, at SME's 1993 Annual Awards Banquet at the Hyatt Regency, Dearborn.
 Cruze was chosen to receive the award for his contributions to improved productivity and manufacturing growth, specifically his leadership in the development of computerized manufacturing processes and systems technology within the commercial aircraft industry.
 Since joining Boeing in 1953, Cruze has held key positions on many management assignments on military and commercial jetliner programs as well as aerospace programs, including Minuteman and Saturn, serving in outplant locations in Sedalia, Mo. and New Orleans, La.
 In addition to his responsibilities at Boeing, Cruze served on the National Advisory Commission on Work-Based Learning for the U.S. Department of Labor. The commission developed a strategic plan for the Department of Labor, including skill standards and certification, integrating human resources development, and the establishment of a national award for quality human resource management systems.
 Cruze also currently serves on the governing boards of the Leaders for Manufacturing program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the National Council on Competitiveness.
 He has a bachelor of science degree in business administration and has completed the executive program in business administration at Columbia University. He also completed the executive management program at the University of Washington.
 SME, headquartered in Dearborn, is an international professional society dedicated to advancing scientific knowledge in the field of manufacturing engineering and management. Founded in 1932, SME has more than 75,000 members in 68 countries and sponsors over 325 senior chapters and 220 student chapters worldwide.
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 /NOTE: Photos are available upon request by calling CONTACT: Amy Cammell, SME Public Relations, 313-271-1500, Ext. 438, or fax, 313-271-2861/
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