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PENNDOT SAFETY ADMINISTRATION DEPUTY RETIRES

 PENNDOT SAFETY ADMINISTRATION DEPUTY RETIRES
 HARRISBURG, Pa., Dec. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- John J. Zogby, deputy


secretary for safety administration with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT), retired today after 30 years of service to the Commonwealth.
 "Jack's contribution to highway safety in Pennsylvania has helped save thousands of lives on our roads in the past 30 years and made our highways safer for all motorists," Transportation Secretary Howard Yerusalim said.
 Appointed deputy secretary in March 1979, Zogby has been responsible for PennDOT's comprehensive highway safety program and overseen the bureaus of Driver Licensing and Motor Vehicles and the Center for Highway Safety. Zogby's deputate handles about 25 million customer transactions a year.
 Zogby, 56, began his career with PennDOT in 1961 as chief of the accident investigation section of what was then called the Pennsylvania Department of Highways. He served as director of the Bureau of Accident Analysis and coordinator of the department's Traffic Records. Zogby also served with the Highway Safety Foundation in Mansfield, Ohio.
 Zogby and his wife Lynda live in Duncannon, Perry County. He plans to complete his doctoral dissertation in political science at Penn State University and become a college instructor.
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 /CONTACT: Rick Schoen of PennDOT, 717-783-8800/ CO: Pennsylvania Department of Transportation ST: Pennsylvania IN: TRN SU: PER


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