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KEYCORP ELECTS DIMMER AND HOGAN TO BOARD OF DIRECTORS

 ALBANY, N.Y., Feb. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- John C. Dimmer and Charles R. Hogan have been elected to the KeyCorp (NYSE: KEY) board of directors, announced Victor J. Riley, Jr., chairman, president and chief executive officer. This brings the number of directors to 18. Both Dimer and Hogan served on the board of Puget Sound Bancorp prior to its acquisition by KeyCorp on Jan. 15, 1993.
 Dimmer, 64, is president of Firs Management Corporation in Tacoma, Wash. Prior to forming the management company in 1981, he served as president of Western Plastics Corporation.
 A graduate of the University of Washington with bachelor of science degrees in both Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Engineering, Dimmer is a Registered Industrial Engineer.
 Dimmer has been involved in numerous professional and civic organizations and is currently a member of the Tacoma Rotary Club and the Tacoma Club. He is a member of the board of the Multi-Care Medical Centers and served for 16 years on the Clover Park School Board.
 A native of Tacoma, Wash., Dimmer lives in that city with his wife, Marilyn.
 Hogan, 55, is the owner of Puget Sound Marketing Co., Inc. in Puyallup, Wash. The corporation operates supermarkets throughout Western Washington. He is also the co-owner of CRH & CAH Investments which owns and develops shopping centers in the western United States. He founded Gig Harbor National bank in 1980, and served as its chairman until its sale to Puget Sound Bancorp in 1986.
 He received his bachelor of science degree in business from the University of Washington where he was a member of Theta Chi Fraternity.
 Active in the community, Hogan is on the board of Multi-Care Medical Centers, and belongs to the Washington Athletic Club, the University of Washington President's Club and the Tacoma Club. He is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers and the Food Marketing Institute.
 Born in Tacoma, Hogan resides in Gig Harbor, Wash.
 Commenting on the appointments to the board, Riley said, "John Dimmer and Charles Hogan will prove to be valuable assets to the KeyCorp board of directors. We look forward to their future contributions as knowledgeable and highly respected directors."
 KeyCorp, with assets over $30 billion, is a multi-regional bank holding company headquarterd 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: Lee Irving, 518-486-8579, or 518-479-3273 (after hours); or Susan Peterson, 518-486-8258 or 518-587-3008 (after hours), both of KeyCorp/
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