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J. CRAIG HAUSMAN TO RETIRE FROM FORD

 DEARBORN, Mich., June 14 /PRNewswire/ -- J. Craig Hausman, Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) vice president - Employee Relations, will retire Dec. 31, 1993, Harold A. Poling chairman and chief executive officer, announced today.
 Until his retirement, Mr. Hausman will undertake a special study of employee issues, in the context of the changing competitive, legal and regulatory climate of the 1990s.
 "Craig has served Ford with distinction for more than 40 years," said Mr. Poling. "His dedication to the company and to all of our employees has been exceptional. His wisdom and counsel will be missed as he moves into a well-deserved retirement."
 Mr. Hausman was elected company vice president for employee relations in November 1988. Previously, he served 11 years as executive director - Personnel and Organization.
 He joined Ford in 1953 as a financial analyst for Lincoln-Mercury Division. After holding a series of positions in finance and product engineering, Mr. Hausman was elected an assistant treasurer of the company with Finance Staff in 1966. He became business planning manager of Ford's International Automotive Operations in 1974.
 Mr. Hausman was appointed administrator for the Office of Chief Executive in June 1977 and later that year became executive director - Personnel and Organization.
 He was a member of the Ford National Negotiating Committee for labor contract bargaining with the UAW in 1967, 1970, 1973, 1987 and 1990.
 Mr. Hausman was born July 25, 1930, in Harrisburg, Pa. He was graduated summa cum laude from Dartmouth College and earned a master's degree from the college's Thayer School of Engineering. He lives in Bloomfield Township, Mich.
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