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HANOVER PRESIDENT INDICATES INTENT TO RETIRE

 HANOVER PRESIDENT INDICATES INTENT TO RETIRE
 WORCESTER, Mass., Dec. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- William J. O'Brien today


indicated his intent to retire as president of The Hanover Insurance Company (NASDAQ: HINS) and as a director of The Hanover, Citizens Insurance Company of America, and Beacon Insurance Company of America effective Dec. 31, 1991.
 Robert C. McCray resigned from The Hanover board of directors effective immediately.
 James B. Kenary, Jr. resigned from the boards of directors of The Hanover and State Mutual Life Assurance Company of America, effective immediately.
 A special meeting of the Hanover board will be called to address succession and related issues.
 -0- 12/12/91
 /CONTACT: Michael Buckley of Hanover Insurance Company, 508-855-3099/
 (HINS) CO: The Hanover Insurance Company ST: Massachusetts IN: INS SU: PER


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