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PG&E Vice President Kearney Dies

October 12, 1998
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PG&E Vice President Kearney Dies

Joseph P. Kearney, 52, a leading figure in the energy services industry responsible for building the nation's largest independent electric generation producer, died of an apparent heart attack while in Washington, D.C., Oct. 3 to attend a charity dinner for the Lombardi Cancer Research Foundation.

Kearney served as senior vice president for PG&ampE Corp. and was also president and CEO of two of the corporation's non-regulated subsidiaries-U.S. Generating Co. (USGen) and PG&ampE Gas Transmission Corp. Kearney built an impressive record during almost three decades in the energy business. He developed industry-leading expertise in the financial, managerial and technical aspects of power generation and natural gas pipeline assets. Kearney had worked in the private power industry since its inception.

"All of us at PG&ampE Corporation are deeply saddened by this tragic news," said PG&ampE Corp. CEO Robert D. Glynn Jr. "Joe was a good friend, fine colleague, and a loving husband and father. Our thoughts and prayers are with his wife, Michele, and his son, Michael."

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