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SUN REALIGNS EXECUTIVE POSITIONS

 SUN REALIGNS EXECUTIVE POSITIONS
 PHILADELPHIA, July 23 /PRNewswire/ -- A new executive alignment for


Sun Company (NYSE: SUN) intended "to bring greater concentration on the company's business strategy" was announced today by Robert H. Campbell, chairman and chief executive officer.
 Under the new alignment, effective October 1, five executives will report directly to Campbell. They are:
 -- David E. Knoll, senior vice president of Marketing, responsible for branded fuels, wholesale fuels, lubes, logistics and materials management.
 -- H.S. (Woody) Roe, Jr., senior vice president of Operations, responsible for crude acquisition, Sun's five U.S. refineries, product supply and distribution, engineering, applied research and development and bottom-of-the-barrel upgrading.
 -- Robert H. Writz, Jr., senior vice president, Other Businesses, responsible for international exploration and production, chemicals, Sun Coal, Radnor Corporation and asset redeployment.
 -- Robert M. Aiken, Jr. senior vice president and chief financial officer, responsible for treasury, tax, controller and auditing functions; investor relations; Helios Capital Corporation; and planning and performance analysis.
 -- Sheldon L. Thompson, senior vice president and chief of staff, responsible for legal, human resources and administration, government relations, public relations, control systems, quality, and health, environment and safety.
 Richard L. George, chief executive officer and president of Suncor, Sun's 68-percent-owned Canadian subsidiary, continues in that capacity. David M. Zebley, current Branded Marketing vice president, is retiring, effective Aug. 1.
 Sun Company, headquartered in Philadelphia, is an energy company with interests in U.S. and Canadian petroleum refining and marketing, U.S. coal and coke production, synthetic crude oil production in Canada, and crude oil and natural gas exploration and production outside the United States. Branded marketing is carried out under the Sunoco brand in the United States and Canada and also under the Atlantic brand in the United States. Sun Company trades on the New York Stock Exchange and other stock exchanges with the symbol "SUN."
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 /CONTACT: Bud Davis of Sun, 215-977-3485/
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