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MILLER RESIGNS AS PRESIDENT OF MODERN ENGINEERING

 MILLER RESIGNS AS PRESIDENT OF MODERN ENGINEERING
 WARREN, Mich., Sept. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Ralph L. Miller, president


of Modern Engineering, a post he has held for the past seven years, has resigned to pursue other interests, it was announced today. While no successor has been named, Walter R. Garrison, chairman of Modern's board of directors, will assume the president's role until a successor to Miller is found.
 Under Miller's leadership, Modern has expanded sevenfold in sales and employment. Although Modern is a subsidiary of publicly traded CDI Corp. (NYSE: CDI), its sales and profits are not separately reported.
 In a joint statement, Miller and Garrison explained the circumstances of the resignation. Miller said, "I have received great satisfaction and pride from my association with the Modern team. However, I believe that my special talents lie in creating the vision and strategic direction for capable people to make the sort of progress which this team has made. Modern's preeminent position is now secure, and I believe others can now competently lead the organization. I would now like to turn my energies toward creating something new."
 Garrison continued, "Ralph has agreed to remain in a consulting capacity during a transition period to further assure continuity. I doubt that anyone could have succeeded in putting Modern on the map the way that Ralph has, and we all wish him the best in his future pursuits."
 Modern Engineering, the largest automotive engineering services firm in the world, provides international technical and engineering services to the automotive, aircraft, supplier and related industries, and employs specialists in all aspects of vehicles engineering, CAD/CAM/CAE, design, prototype manufacturing systems and tooling, as well as testing at locations across Southeast Michigan.
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 /CONTACT: George Kubicke of Modern Engineering, 313-578-6375; or Michael Scholl of Eisbrenner Public Relations, 313-641-1446, for Modern Engineering/
 (CDI) CO: Modern Engineering; CDI Corp. ST: Michigan IN: AUT SU: PER


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