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Fortnightly Magazine - February 15 1996
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Michael W. Peters succeeds Raymond G. Kuhl as executive v.p. and g.m. at the new Michigan Electric Cooperative Association. Kuhl retired January 30. Peters was general counsel at the Association of Illinois Electric Cooperatives. MECA provides services to 14 co-ops.

MDU Resources Group, Inc. has elected Thomas S. Everist, a South Dakota businessman, to its board of directors.

Peter J. O'Shea, Jr. was named senior v.p. and general counsel at Consolidated Edison. O'Shea comes from ITT Corp., where he served as v.p. and associate general counsel.

San Diego Gas and Electric Co. has formed Enova Corp. (em a holding company for the utility and its unregulated subsidiaries (em and a new executive structure for both companies. Under the new hierarchy, Tom Page remains SDG&E's chairman and becomes chair of Enova, but will retire from both positions at the end of 1997. Stephen Baum moves from SDG&E executive v.p. to president and CEO of Enova. Donald Felsinger, formerly SDG&E executive v.p., becomes president, CEO, and a director of the utility.

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In another SDG&E personnel change, v.p. Ron Fuller retired to form an international government affairs company. He was with SDG&E for 21 years.

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