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CENTRAL AND SOUTH WEST CORPORATION ANNOUNCES MANAGEMENT CHANGES

 CENTRAL AND SOUTH WEST CORPORATION ANNOUNCES MANAGEMENT CHANGES
 DALLAS, June 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Central and South West Corporation (NYSE: CSR) today announced key management changes affecting its subsidiaries.
 Les Dillahunty, 45, vice president of engineering and production for Southwestern Electric Power Company (SWEPCO), will assume the new position of vice president of fuels for Central and South West Services effective Aug. 1.
 Charlie George, 62, vice president of engineering and production at Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO), will assume the new position of senior vice president at PSO effective July 17. He will be responsible for special projects.
 Mike Williams, 43, general manager of the western division at SWEPCO, will succeed George as vice president of engineering and production at PSO effective July 17.
 Mike Madison, 44, vice president of corporate services at West Texas Utilities Company, will succeed Dillahunty as vice president of engineering and production at SWEPCO. The effective date is to be determined.
 Dillahunty's move to Central and South West Services is part of a systemwide restructuring of the fuels function. Under the new structure, the directors of fuel at each operating company will report to him, while continuing to coordinate their activities with the vice presidents of engineering and production at their respective companies.
 Dillahunty will report to Tom Shockley, executive vice president of Central and South West Corporation and Central and South West Services.
 Dillahunty joined SWEPCO full-time as a mechanical engineer in October 1971 after five summers as a student engineer with the company. He was named manager of power administration in 1981, superintendent of power in 1982, vice president of power in 1983 and vice president of engineering and operations in 1988.
 Dillahunty has bachelor's and master's degrees in mechanical engineering from Louisiana Tech University. He is a graduate of the Texas A&M University executive development program and the University of Michigan public utility executive program.
 George joined PSO as an engineer trainee in 1956 and became a substation engineer in 1962. He was named senior engineer in 1966, manager of transmission engineering in 1972, manager of transmission and distribution engineering in 1974, director of power system operations in 1976, vice president of power system operations in 1977 and vice president of engineering and production in 1983. He also serves on the Central and South West system operating committee.
 George has a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Arkansas. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan public utility executive program and the Oklahoma State University management development course.
 Williams joined SWEPCO in 1972 as a staff engineer in the production department. In 1975, he became maintenance superintendent at SWEPCO's Welsh power plant. In 1982, Williams was named plant superintendent at SWEPCO's Pirkey power plant. He became manager of production at SWEPCO in 1988 and was named general manager of SWEPCO's Longview, Texas-based western division in 1989.
 Williams has a bachelor's degree in nuclear engineering from Texas A&M University. He is a graduate of the executive program at Louisiana State University and of the program for management development at Harvard Business School.
 Madison joined PSO as an electrical engineer in 1971, was named results engineer at Comanche Station in 1972, results and electrical supervisor in 1974, Black Fox project engineer in 1977, Black Fox start- up manager in 1978, Northeastern station maintenance superintendent in 1981, manager of production services in 1983 and eastern division manager in 1988. He moved to WTU as vice president of corporate services in 1990.
 Madison has a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Oklahoma. He is a graduate of the management development program at Harvard University and the University of Virginia.
 Central and South West Corporation is a Dallas-based public utility holding company. It owns four electric utility subsidiaries that serve more than five million people in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas.
 Central and South West also owns Transok, Inc., an Oklahoma intrastate natural gas pipeline company, Central and South West Services and three other subsidiaries.
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 /CONTACT: Gerald R. Hunter of Central and SouthWest, 214-754-1165/
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