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Fortnightly Magazine - April 15 1995
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Charles B. Yulish was named v.p., corporate communications, for the U.S. Enrichment Corp. Yulish previously was executive v.p. and managing director of the E. Bruce Harrison Co. He began his career with the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.

Dan Bart was promoted to the new position of v.p., standards and technology, to serve both the Electronic Industries Association and the Telecommunications Industry Association. Bart will retain his current responsibilities with TIA.

Allen Arvig, president of East Otter Tail Telephone Co. in Minnesota, was elected 1995 president of the Organization for the Protection and Advancement of Small Telephone Companies. Ed Dailor, secretary/ treasurer of North Penn Telephone Co. in Pennsylvania, was elected first v.p. Ed Eichler, president of Pigeon Telephone Co. in Michigan, was elected second v.p. Jay Mitchell, v.p., Seneca Telephone Co. in Missouri, was elected treasurer.

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Michael Kreidler, a former Washington state legislator and U.S. representative, was appointed to the Northwest Power Planning Council by Washington Gov. Michael Lowry.

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