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STRATMAN ELECTED VICE PRESIDENT--PERRY NUCLEAR

 INDEPENDENCE, Ohio, Nov. 24 ~PRNewswire~ --The board of directors of Centerior Energy Corporation (NYSE: CX) today elected Robert A. Stratman Vice President-Nuclear at the Perry Power Plant. The appointment is effective December 7.
 Stratman holds a Bachelor of Science in Physics degree from The Ohio State University as well as an MBA-Finance from the University of New Haven and a Master's-Mechanical Engineering from Cleveland State University.
 Stratman has a strong background in nuclear operations. He was in the nuclear field in the U.S. Navy and at Northeast Utilities' Millstone Plant before joining the company in 1980. At Perry he held a number of positions of increasing responsibility in Operations, Nuclear Services and Radiation Protection.
 In 1989, he was appointed director--Nuclear Engineering. In 1990, he was promoted to Plant General Manager, responsible for operations, maintenance, instrument and controls, radiation protection and outage planning.
 Stratman replaces Michael D. Lyster, who will join Commonwealth Edison's Dresden facility.
 Murray R. Edelman, Centerior's Executive Vice President--Power Generation, said he is pleased with today's action by the Centerior Board. "We are fortunate that we had such an outstanding person in our organization ready to assume this important position," Edelman said. "Those of us who have known Bob Stratman and worked with him over the years know he is the person for the job."
 Robert J. Farling, Centerior's chairman and CEO, said that all Centerior associates should be proud of the strides both Perry and Davis-Besse have taken in recent years, becoming two of the better nuclear plants in the country. "I know Stratman will give the Perry team the leadership needed to continue improving that plant," he said.
 Stratman is an active member of the Mentor Rotary and the Boy Scouts of America and is a graduate of Leadership Lake County.
 He and his wife Sandra live in Mentor with their four sons and one daughter.
 The 1,250 megawatt Perry Power Plant is located 35 miles northeast of Cleveland in Lake County. The plant provides electricity to seven million people in northern Ohio and western Pennsylvania and is owned by a consortium of five electric utilities: The Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company (owner~operator) and Toledo Edison, both operating subsidiaries of Centerior Energy Corporation; Ohio Edison; Pennsylvania Power Company, a subsidiary of Ohio Edison; and Duquense Light Company.
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 ~CONTACT: Irene Prezelj of Perry Nuclear Power Plant, 216-259-3737, ext. 5519, or 216-623-1060, after hours~
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