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CONRAIL ANNOUNCES MARKETING & SALES, TRANSPORTATION APPOINTMENTS

 CONRAIL ANNOUNCES MARKETING & SALES, TRANSPORTATION APPOINTMENTS
 PHILADELPHIA, April 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Consolidated Rail Corporation (NYSE: CRR) (Conrail) today announced various appointments in its Marketing & Sales and Transportation departments.
 In the Marketing & Sales Department, George P. Turner has been named assistant vice president-Automotive; Ronald J. Conway, assistant vice president-Petrochemicals & Minerals; Marianne S. Gregory, assistant vice president-Forest & Manufactured Products; and, Dennis H. Paranzino, assistant vice president-Metals. All report to Gordon H. Kuhn, senior vice president-Marketing & Sales.
 In the Transportation Department, Gerald N. Corcoran has been named assistant vice president-Train Operations and Robert E. Hatton as assistant vice president-Yards and Terminals. Timothy P. Dwyer has been named general manager-Transportation and Customer Service for the Philadelphia Division, succeeding Conway, and Gary M. Spiegel has been named to the same position in the Dearborn Division, succeeding Corcoran. All report to Richard S. Pyson, vice president- Transportation.
 "These moves, within and between departments, will help us create better ways to serve our customers through the different experiences each individual brings to his or her new job," said James A. Hagen, Conrail's chairman, president and chief executive officer.
 Turner succeeds John T. Bielan Jr., who earlier this month was elected vice president-Continuous Quality Improvement. Turner began his railroad career in 1960 with the New York Central, a Conrail predecessor, and has held various marketing and sales positions, most recently as assistant vice president-Petrochemicals & Minerals. He has attended transportation and economic management programs at the University of Pennsylvania, Rochester Institute of Technology and Pace University.
 Conway, who succeeds Turner, started his railroad career in 1968 with the Penn Central, also a Conrail predecessor. With Conrail, he has served in various engineering and transportation capacities, most recently as general manager of Conrail's Philadelphia Division. He holds a bachelor of science degree from American International College.
 Paranzino, who succeeds Dwyer, began his railroad career in 1978 with Conrail and has held a variety of marketing and planning positions, most recently as assistant vice president-Forest & Manufactured Products. Before joining Conrail he was vice president and director of Regional Economic Analysis for Chase Econometrics Associates, Inc. He holds a bachelor of arts degree from Temple University and a master of arts degree from University of Rochester.
 Gregory, who succeeds Paranzino, began her railroad career with Conrail in 1977 and has served in a variety of marketing and customer service capacities, most recently as assistant vice president-Marketing Services. She holds bachelor of business administration and master of arts degrees from Ohio University.
 Corcoran began his railroad career in 1962 with the New York Central. At Conrail, he has served as assistant division superintendent, division superintendent, regional superintendent of transportation and, most recently, general manager of the Dearborn Division.
 Hatton began his railroad career in 1956 with the Pennsylvania Railroad. At Conrail, he has served as a division superintendent, regional general manager and, most recently, assistant vice president- Transportation.
 Spiegel, who succeeds Corcoran at Dearborn, joined the Erie Lackwanna Railroad, also a Conrail predecessor, in 1970. At Conrail he has served in various operating positions, including division superintendent, assistant general manager and, most recently, general superintendent-Transportation.
 Dwyer succeeds Conway as General Manager of the Philadelphia Division, which has its headquarters in Mount Laurel, New Jersey. Dwyer began his railroad career in 1967 in the Operating Department of the New York Central, and joined the Sales Department of the Penn Central in 1972. At Conrail he most recently served as Assistant vice president- Metals. He holds a bachelor of science degree from the University of the State of New York.
 Conrail operates a rail-freight transportation network in 14 Northeastern and Midwestern states, the District of Columbia, and the Province of Quebec.
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