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KEY BANK NAMES RALPH HOLLIDAY RETAIL BANKING GROUP MANAGER

 SEATTLE, Dec. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Ralph K. Holliday has been appointed executive vice president and manager of Key Bank of Washington's Retail Banking Group, the bank said today. Holliday will be responsible for Key Bank's statewide retail banking operations and branch network. After the mid-January completion of KeyCorp's (NYSE: KEY) merger with Puget Sound Bancorp, Key Bank will have approximately 190 branches serving customers in communities throughout Washington.
 Hans F. Harjo, president and chief executive officer of Key Bank of Washington, today announced Holliday's appointment.
 "Ralph's depth of management experience and his knowledge of our statewide markets will be of increasing value to our organization as Key Bank builds and enhances its presence across Washington," said Harjo.
 Most recently, Holliday held the position of executive vice president and manager of Key Bank's Eastern Division. Prior to joining Key Bank in August of this year, Holliday served as chairman and chief executive officer, Bank of America, Alaska -- a position he held since 1990.
 As Security Pacific Bank Washington's Retail Branch Operations manager from 1988 to 1990, Holliday was responsible for that bank's entire statewide branch system. Holliday's 30-year banking career also includes serving in various management positions with Rainier Bank. While at that bank, he was Community Group manager, responsible for 64 branches outside of metropolitan Seattle. Prior to that, he managed Rainier Bank's 38-branch Eastern Washington system and its Southeast District branches.
 Holliday and his wife Joann, currently Yakima residents, plan to relocate to Tacoma.
 Key Bank of Washington is a subsidiary of KeyCorp. After the completion of KeyCorp's merger with Puget Sound Bancorp, Key Bank of Washington will be the second-largest commercial bank in the state, with nearly $8 billion in assets.
 KeyCorp, with over $25 billion in assets, is the multi-regional bank holding company headquartered in Albany, N.Y. It has focused its banking expansion activities in the Northeast and Northwest. As "America's neighborhood bank, KeyCorp pursues a middle-market target concentrating its resources in cities and smaller communities of the northern tier of states, thus avoiding overcrowded marketplaces and single-industry loan exposure.
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 /CONTACT: Rob Gill of Key Bank of Washington, 206-684-6067/
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