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GENE E. LITTLE NAMED VICE PRESIDENT-FINANCE OF TIMKEN; J. KEVIN RAMSEY TO RETIRE AFTER 36 YEARS OF SERVICE

 GENE E. LITTLE NAMED VICE PRESIDENT-FINANCE OF TIMKEN;
 J. KEVIN RAMSEY TO RETIRE AFTER 36 YEARS OF SERVICE
 CANTON, Ohio, May 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Joseph F. Toot Jr., president of The Timken Company (NYSE: TKR), announced that Gene E. Little has been named vice president-finance. He will succeed J. Kevin Ramsey, who will retire on July 31 after nearly 36 years of service.
 Toot said, "Gene Little's background and experience provide the perfect combination for this important position. He has been developed for this position over a long period of time, and we look forward to the leadership which he will bring to the financial affairs of The Timken Company.
 "Kevin Ramsey's guidance and counsel during the past several years have been greatly appreciated," Toot continued. "We will miss our esteemed colleague and his excellent work. We wish him the best during his retirement."
 Little joined the company in 1967 as a sales administration trainee. He also served as manager-sales planning-U.S. division, prior to moving to British Timken in 1973 as assistant to the general manager. In 1974, Little returned to Canton where he held positions of manager-market research, director-pension fund investments and corporate economics, and director-finance and assistant treasurer. He was named treasurer and elected a company officer in 1990.
 Little earned a bachelor's degree in economics from Kenyon College and a master's degree in business administration from Dartmouth College. He is a member of the Aultman Hospital board of trustees, the Financial Executives Institute and the W.L. Jenkins Co. board of directors.
 Ramsey joined The Timken Company in 1956. He subsequently held the positions of assistant systems supervisor, supervisor-auditing, general manager-systems and data processing, assistant general manager-Timken Europe and Timken France, and assistant secretary. In 1979, he was named secretary and elected an officer of the company. In 1986, Ramsey was elected vice president-finance and law, secretary and treasurer. Most recently, he was vice president-finance.
 He received his bachelor of science degree in business administration from Youngstown State University and his juris doctor from The University of Akron. He also has completed the advanced management programs at Carnegie-Mellon University and the Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration.
 Ramsey is a member of the board of trust advisors of The Timken Company Charitable Trust and The Timken Company Educational Fund. He also is chairman of the board of trustees of Ohio Valley College in Parkersburg, W.Va.
 The Timken Company is a leading international manufacturer of highly engineered bearings and alloy steels. The company employs nearly 18,000 people worldwide and recorded 1991 sales of more than $1.6 billion.
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 /CONTACT: Kari Groh of The Timken Company, 216-471-4324/
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