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Copyright 1987 Owen B. Butler, retired chairman, Procter & Gamble Company


Vice Chairman

Donna E. Shalala, chancellor, University of Wisconsin, Madison


Fletcher L. Byrom, retired chairman, Koppers Company Inc.

John L. Clendenin, chairman of the board, BellSouth Corporation

William S. Edgerly, chairman of the board, State Street Bank & Trust Company

Earl G. Graves, publisher, Black Enterprise Magazine

Ralph Lazarus, chairman emeritus, Federated Department Stores Inc.

James J. Renier, president and chief operating officer, Honeywell Inc.

Sherwood H. Smith Jr., chairman and president, Carolina Power & Light Company

Timothy P. Smucker, chairman, The J.M. Smucker Company

Donald M. Stewart, president, The College Board

William L. Weiss, chairman and chief executive officer, Ameritech

Dolores D. Wharton, president, The Fund for Corporate Initiatives Inc.

Thomas R. Williams, chairman, First Wachovia Corporation

William S. Woodside, chairman of the executive committee, Primerica Corporation


Nontrustee Members

Alan K. Campbell, vice chairman of the board and executive vice president, Management and Public Affairs ara Services Inc.

Irving B. Harris, chairman, executive committee, Pittway Corporation

Gerald N. Tirozzi, commissioner of education, State of Connecticut

Dale N. Titus, captain, U.S. Naval Reserve, member, cno Commission on Personal Excellence and National Security


Voted to approve the policy statement but submitted memorandum of comment, reservation, or dissent.

Nontrustee members took part in all discussions of the statement but did not vote on it.

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