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VIRGINIA POWER MOVES VICE PRESIDENTS TO NEW RESPONSIBILITIES

 VIRGINIA POWER MOVES VICE PRESIDENTS TO NEW RESPONSIBILITIES
 RICHMOND, Va., July 17 /PRNewswire/ -- The Virginia Power Board of Directors today moved five vice presidents to new responsibilities and elected one new vice president, effective September 1.
 "Today's decision by the Board of Directors will strengthen and broaden our organization," said James T. Rhodes, president and chief executive officer. "We are very fortunate to have people of this caliber and character to assume new responsibilities and roles of leadership."
 Virginia Power vice presidents given new responsibilities were:
 -- Thomas J. O'Neil, named vice president-Energy Efficiency. This new group will coordinate and expand the company's efforts to conserve electricity and manage the demand for it. O'Neil, who has served as vice president-Regulation and vice president-Western Division, joined the company in 1965.
 -- Charles A. (Chuck) Brown, named vice president-Central Division. Brown, who joined the company in 1982, will be responsible for the company's operations in the Richmond-Petersburg-Northern Neck region. Brown joined Virginia Power in 1982 and previously was vice president-Procurement.
 -- Larry M. Girvin, named vice president-Nuclear Services. Girvin, who began his company career in 1970 as a nuclear engineer, has served as vice president-Central Division since 1991.
 -- E. Wayne Harrell, named vice president-Nuclear Engineering Services. Harrell previously was vice president-Nuclear Services, vice president-Nuclear Operations and vice president-Fossil and Hydro Operations. He was employed by Virginia Power in 1969.
 -- F. Kenneth Moore, named vice president-Procurement. Moore has been vice president-Nuclear Engineering Services and vice president-Power Engineering Services. He joined Virginia Power in 1967.
 Paul J. Bonavia, currently vice president and general counsel for Dominion Resources Inc., the parent company of Virginia Power, was elected vice president-Regulation. Bonavia, who joined DRI in 1991 from the Miami, Fla., law firm of Steel Hector & Davis, will be responsible for the company's relationships with regulatory agencies such as the State Corporation Commission and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
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 EDITOR'S NOTE: A separate news release will be issued regarding the creation of the new Energy Efficiency group.
 /CONTACT: James W. Norvelle, Virginia Power, 804-771-6115/ CO: Virginia Power ST: Virginia IN: UTI SU: PER


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