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CORBIN MCNEILL, PE PRESIDENT, TO SPEAK AT BANQUET AS LOCAL FINALE TO NATIONAL ENGINEERS WEEK

 CORBIN MCNEILL, PE PRESIDENT, TO SPEAK AT BANQUET
 AS LOCAL FINALE TO NATIONAL ENGINEERS WEEK
 Corbin McNeill, president and chief operating officer of Philadelphia Electric Company (NYSE: PE), will be the keynote speaker at the Delaware Valley Engineers Week Banquet to be held on Saturday evening, Feb. 22, at the Westover County Club in Jeffersonville, Montgomery County, Pa. (reception 6-7 p.m., followed by dinner and program).
 The banquet concludes National Engineers Week observances designed to inform the community and recognize the accomplishments of engineers in the Delaware Valley, as well as across the country, and the impact they have had on the world.
 Philadelphia Electric received the prestigious Outstanding Engineering Achievement Award for Unit 2 of its Limerick Generating Station and its associated water supply system at last year's banquet. McNeill's keynote remarks will address the bond that must be strengthened between technology and government.
 In his remarks, McNeill will expand on the theme of this year's National Engineers Week, "Turning Ideas into Reality." Recognizing that engineers are able to solve technological challenges, McNeill will address their need to build political support for their programs.
 McNeill joined PE in 1988, from Public Service Electric & Gas Company (PSE&G), where he served as executive director of the nuclear division. Later that year, he became PE executive vice president- nuclear and in 1990, was named president and COO. He has also served as resident manager of the New York Power Authority-owned James A. Fitzpatrick Nuclear Power Plant, and is a 20-year veteran of the U.S. Navy, serving as Commanding Officer for the USS Tautog and the Naval Nuclear Power School.
 Among the various awards that will be presented will be the Outstanding Engineering Achievement Award, the 1992 Young Engineer of the Year, 1992 Engineer of the Year, Outstanding Science Teacher, Undergraduate Student Papers, Math Counts and High School Student Awards.
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