Consumers Energy names John Russell senior vice president

Russell joined the utility in 1981 and served in a number of customer service positions. Prior to his promotion to vice president in September 1999, he was manager of electric customer operations with responsibility for metering, meter reading, billing, customer service, credit and collections and large business customer services.

CHICAGO, and MORTON, Pa., Dec. 11, 2000 (PRNewswire) — Exelon Enterprises, a division of Exelon Corporation, and Exelon Infrastructure Services, Inc. (EIS) announced today that EIS has acquired three key additions to its network of utility and industrial infrastructure services companies and signed a definitive agreement to purchase another. EIS, headquartered in Morton, Pa., is a business unit of Exelon Enterprises.

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