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DALY TO RETIRE AT COLUMBIA GAS; WALLINGFORD TO COORDINATE BANKRUPTCY REORGANIZATION

 WILMINGTON, Del., Nov. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- John D. Daly, executive vice president of The Columbia Gas System, Inc. (NYSE: CG) and Columbia Gas System Service Corporation, today announced his intention to retire effective Dec. 1.
 Prior to his election to his current posts in 1990, Daly served as president of the Columbia Distribution Companies and as chairman and CEO of Columbia Gas Transmission Corporation. He began his Columbia career in 1957 as an engineer for the Service Corporation at Columbus, Ohio.
 During the past two years, Daly, 57, has coordinated Columbia's efforts to reorganize under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. The Columbia Gas System, Inc., and its principal pipeline subsidiary, Columbia Gas Transmission Corporation, have been operating as debtors- in-possession since July 31, 1991.
 Columbia Chairman and CEO John H. Croom said Service Corporation Senior Vice President Logan W. Wallingford would begin coordinating Columbia's Chapter 11 reorganization efforts upon Daly's retirement. "Columbia is fortunate to be able to turn to an experienced executive like Logan Wallingford to complete this difficult assignment," Croom said. "As a member of the Corporation's senior management team since 1989, Logan Wallingford has been involved with issues facing the parent company and Columbia Gas Transmission and has managed the strategic growth of Columbia's nonregulated companies."
 Prior to his election as a Service Corporation senior vice president in 1989, Wallingford, 61, served as a senior vice president for Columbia Gas Transmission in Charleston, W.Va. He joined Columbia in 1955 as an engineer in Charleston.
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 /CONTACT: W.R. McLaughlin, 302-429-5443, or (financial), T.L. Hughes, 302-429-5363, of Columbia Gas/
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