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ELECTRONIC ASSOCIATES ANNOUNCES RESIGNATION OF HAJJAR

 WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J., Feb. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- The resignation of W. Douglas Hajjar as a director was announced by Electronic Associates, Inc. (NYSE: EA), effective Jan. 31. Hajjar said he is leaving the EAI board because of workload requirements at Cadence Design Systems, Inc., where he is vice chairman.
 EAI is currently engaged in three related business lines, serving users and producers of electronic products and systems. In Contract Manufacturing, EAI provides manufacturing services for products designed and marketed by customers. In Field Service, the company offers independent maintenance of electronic equipment, with technicians across the United States and in Japan. In Product Engineering, EAI provides simulation computer products plus design and engineering services to private industry and government agencies.
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 /CONTACT: Louis J. Tedeschi, 908-229-1100, ext. 655, or Paul Finkel, 201-740-0090, both of EAI/
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CO: Electronic Associates, Inc. ST: New Jersey IN: CPR SU: PER

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