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CHEVRON LAND AND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY PRESIDENT DIES

       CHEVRON LAND AND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY PRESIDENT DIES
    SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Chevron Land and Development Co. President William E. Foster, 61, died from a heart attack on Sunday afternoon at his home in San Francisco.  He was a long time resident of the Bay Area.
    Foster was born Oct. 31, 1930, in St. Louis, Mo.  He earned a bachelor's degree in civil engineering at Washington University, St. Louis, in 1952 and served in the United States Army Corps of Engineers from 1953 to 1955.
    He was involved in land development for most of his Chevron career.  After joining Chevron in 1955 as a construction engineer, he became an engineering supervisor in 1962 at the Huntington Beach Co., a land investment company of Chevron Corp.  In 1965, he was named vice president - planning, Chevron Land and Development Co., a real estate subsidiary of the corporation.  Three years later, he was appointed vice president and general manager of the Huntington Beach Co.
    In 1976, he returned to Chevron Land and Development Co. as vice president - development.  In 1979, he was named president of the Huntington Beach Co. and general manager for Chevron Land and Development Co.  He was elected to his present position in June, 1985.
    Foster was a member of the National Association of Corporate Real Estate Executives and the Urban Land Institute.
    Private services will be held on Wednesday.  For those wishing to do so, donations may be made to the United Way in lieu of flowers.
    He is survived by his son, Mathieu, of Santa Rosa, and a sister, Patricia Heinecke, of St. Louis.
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    /CONTACT:  Sherri Zippay of Chevron Corp., 415-894-4581/ CO:  Chevron Corp.; Chevron Land and Development Co. ST:  California IN:  OIL SU:  PER DB -- SF006 -- 3223 11/11/91 18:36 EST
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